Found in 59 Collections and/or Records:
An invitation from The Ambassador of the Russian Federation and Mrs. Yuli M. Vorontsov to a Reception at the residence on Thursday, January 7th, 1999.
Black and white print of Josef Korbel, Dean of the Graduate School of International Studies at the University of Denver, with Anatoly Dobrynin, Soviet Ambassador to the United States.
Typed letter from Allen G. Thurman, President of Denver Moscow Associates Inc., to Yuli Vorontsov dated January 1, 1999. Thurman informs Vorontsov that he will not be able to attend the farewell luncheon planned in his honor. He also thanks Vorontsov for his valuable help with business affairs.
Typed letter from Ben Nighthorse Campbell, Senator from Colorado, to Yuli M. Vorontsov dated January 14, 1999. Campbell informs Vorontsov that he will nto be able to attend the farewell luncheon due to his Senate obligations. He also thanks Vorontsov for his controbutions to the Russian-American Chamber of Commerce's American Advisory Board.
Typed letter from David S. Browning, Vice President, Secretary, and General Counsel at Schlumberger, to Yuli M. Vorontsov dated January 11, 1999. In this letter Browning informs Vorontsov that he will not be able to attend his farewell luncheon. However, he would like to express his appreciation on behalf of his company, Schlumberger, for all of Vorontsov's work with the Russian-American Chamber of Commerce.
Typed letter from Dianne Fienstein, Senator from California, to Yuli M. Vorontsov dated January 14, 1999. Fienstein informs Vorontsov that she will not be able to attend the farewell luncheon, but would like to extend her gratitude to Vorontsov for his efforts as Ambassador. She looks forward to working with Vorontsov in the future through his appointments to the United Nations and the Russian-American investment fund.
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.
Letter in Russian from E. Shevardnadze to U.M Vorontsov which expresses congratulations for recieving the diplomatic post of Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of USSR to France. The letter is signed "with respect" E. Shevardnadze: Georgia, Tblilisi.
Typed letter from Eric Whitman, President of Pepsico Wines & Spirits International, to Yuli M. Vorontsov dated January 13, 1999. This letter thanks Vorontsov for his efforts in promoting business relations between Russia and America.
Typed letter from Frank H. Murkowski, Senator from Alaska, to Yuli M. Vorontsov dated January 13, 1999. Murkowski is unable to attend the luncheon in honor of Vorontsov, but would like to extend his gratitude for the work that Vorontsov has done over the course of his career as both an Ambassador and as a member of the Advisory Council for the Russian-American Chamber of Commerce.