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Ambassadors

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 59 Collections and/or Records:

Letter from Yuli M. Vorontsov to Dr. Deborah Palmieri, 1997 October 6

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Identifier: M339.08.0001.00003
Overview Typed letter from Yuli M. Vorontsov to Dr. Deborah Palmieri thanking her for the letter concerning the UN program of an emergency international humanitarian assistance for Chechen Republic refugees. The letter states that the distribution of assistance to the refugees will be monitored by international agencies in cooperation with the Russian Government.
Dates: 1997 October 6

Letter from Yuli M. Vorontsov to Dr. Deborah Palmieri, 1997 September 8

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Identifier: M339.08.0001.00004
Overview Typed letter from Yuli M. Vorontsov to Dr. Palmieri. This letter states that Vorontsov would like the members of the Russian-American Chamber of Commerce to take part in financing the UN program of humantiarian assistance for the refugees from Chechen Republic. The letter is signed "Yuli M. Vorontsov".
Dates: 1997 September 8

Letter from Yuli M. Vorontsov to Dr. Deborah Palmieri, 1996 August 8

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Identifier: M339.08.0001.00008
Overview Typed letter from Vorontsov to Dr. Palmieri and Conference Participants. The letter extends his support for the Fourth Annual Meeting of the Russian-American Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D. C. The letter is signed "Yuli M. Vorontsov".
Dates: 1996 August 8

Palmieri Interview with Vorontsov Part 1, 1998

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Identifier: M339.03.0001.00001
Overview Audio digital recording of an interview conducted by Dr. Deborah Palmieri with Yuli M. Vorontsov at the Russian Embassy in 1998. In this interview Dr. Palmieri asks Vorontsov about Boris Yeltsin's decision to dissolve the government which he felt was a good thing even though he was surprised about Yeltsin's decision to dissolve the government. He stated that he felt Russia was a very stable country, but he did not think that Yeltsin would run for a third term as Russia's President. Palmieri...
Dates: 1998

Palmieri Interview with Vorontsov Part 2, 1998

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Identifier: M339.03.0001.00002
Overview Audio digital recording of an interview conducted by Deborah Palmieri with Yuli M. Vorontsov in 1998. In this second part of the interview Vorontsov talks about the relationship between the United States and Russia and how that relationship has changed from the Cold War period. He comments on the achievements of his career and how he is most proud of bringing the United States and Russia together when during the Cold War they hated eachother. Vorontsov also supplies his comments and opinions...
Dates: 1998

Picture of a boat drawn by Yuli M. Vorontsov, between 1929-1947

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Identifier: M339.01.0001.00001
Overview Image of a hand drawn picture by Yuli M. Vorontsov. The picture is of a boat out at sea.
Dates: between 1929-1947

Picture of boats hand drawn by Yuli M. Vorontsov, between 1929-1947

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Identifier: M339.01.0001.00002
Overview Hand drawn image of boats drawn by Yuli M. Vorontsov.
Dates: between 1929-1947

Questionnaire for the Yuli M. Vorontsov Memorial Project created by Deborah A. Palmieri of the Russia Institute, 2009

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Identifier: M339.02.0001.00002
Overview Questionnaire created by Deborah A. Palmieri of the Russia Institute. This questionnaire contains questions regarding the life and career of Yuli M. Vorontosov and also includes the respondent's personal impressions and memories. This questionnaire is left blank, but is addressed to a Professor Garrison.
Dates: 2009

Response by Michael B. Yanney to the Yuli M. Vorontsov Memorial Project questionnaire, 2009 May 1

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Identifier: M339.02.0001.00007
Overview Response from Michael B. Yanney, Chairman Emeritus of Burlington Capital Group, to the questionnaire for the Yuli M. Vorontsov Memorial Project. While Mr. Yanney did not answer the any of the questions on the questionnaire, he provides a typed statement saying that he was close friends with Yuli Vorontsov and provides some comments speaking to Mr. Vorontsov's character.
Dates: 2009 May 1

Response by Professor Garrison to the Yuli M. Vorontsov Memorial Project Questionnaire, 2009

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Identifier: M339.02.0001.00005
Overview Responses provided by Professor Mark Garrison, Director Emeritus, Center for Foreign Policy Development at Brown University, to the diplomat version of the questionnaire for the Yuli M. Vorontsov Memorial Project. Professor Garrison answers only six of the 22 questions asked.
Dates: 2009