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Farewell, America Part II, Exclusive Interview with Mr. Yuli M. Vorontsov Former Ambassador to the United States, final copy, 1998 November 24
The final, edited transcript of part two of an interview of Yuli M. Vorontsov as conducted by Deborah A. Palmieri. This document contains Yuli Vorontsov's points-of-view on Russian Foreign Relations and Russian government.
Interview with His Excellency Yuli M. Vorontsov Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation - Part 1, 1998 March 25
Part one of a two part interview of Yuli M. Vorontsov as conducted by Deborah A. Palmieri in Washington D.C. on March 25, 1998. The main topic of this interview is Boris Yeltsin's decision to dismiss the government and other aspects of the Russian government during this time period.
Interview with Mr. Yuli M. Vorontsov Ambassador to the United States - Part 2 of 2 draft, 1998 November 24
Typed letter from Donald C. Ewigleben, Vice President of Echo Bay Mines, to Yuli M. Vorontsov dated January 11, 1999. This letter informs Vorontsov that Ewigleben cannot attend his luncheon due to prior obligations. He expresses his appreciation on behalf of his companies, Echo Bay Mines and Kuranakh Gold Mining Company, for the work Vorontsov has done to further business relationships between Russia and the United States.
Typed letter from Max Baucus, Senator of Montana, to Yuli M. Vorontsov dated February 22, 1999. Baucus is unable to attend the farewell luncheon, but speaks to the great efforts on the part of Vorontsov to strengthen business relations between the United States and Russia.
Image of a hand drawn picture by Yuli M. Vorontsov. The picture is of a boat out at sea.
Hand drawn image of boats drawn by Yuli M. Vorontsov.
Russian-American Chamber of Commerce Official Statement, Tribute to Ambassador Yuli M. Vrontsov, 1999 January 14
The official statement of the Russian-American Chamber of Commerce paying tribute to Ambassador Yuli M. Vorontsovon January 14, 1999 as written by Deborah A. Palmieri. In this statement Palmieri thanks Vorontsov for his work in maintaining relations between Russia and the United States, as well as his work with the Russian-American Chamber of Commerce.