For almost two decades Russian foreign Phone Number List policy has had the same face: that of Sergei Viktorovich Lavrov. His robust corporeality and old-style aesthetics of him were associated with the years in which Russia expanded its military capacity, tested itself in the war in Syria and finally launched the invasion of Ukraine. His own life Phone Number List synthesizes the transition between the old power of "real socialism" and the current country, ruled with an iron hand by Vladimir Putin. Born to a Georgian father of Armenian ancestry and a Phone Number List Russian mother, Lavrov was born in Moscow in 1950.
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Leonid Brezhnev was asserting Phone Number List himself in power and petrified late socialism seemed to be sailing in the waters of stagnation. After fulfilling various diplomatic roles, Vladimir Putin appointed him, in 2004, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. Since then, he has remained in office and slowly approached the record held by the Phone Number List patriarch of Soviet international relations, Andrey Gromyko, who held his position for more than 25 years. Lavrov is a natural product of the training of Soviet bureaucrats. He graduated from the Moscow Phone Number List State Institute of International Relations in.