During his tenure as ambassador he met prominent personalities such as, Charlie Chaplin, Marilyn Monroe and John Maynard Keynes. Andrei Gromyko. Andrei Gromyko ; Gromyko in Chairman o the Presidium o the Supreme Soviet; In office 27 Julie – 30 September. Andrei Gromyko (second from left) at Yalta in February In early , Gromyko started working for the People's Commissariat for Foreign Affairs in Moscow. He began a new career in in the Soviet Diplomatic Service. One day a representative from the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Byelorussia offered him an opportunity to do post-graduate work in Minsk.
Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union Image Credit http: He was a representative of the Soviet Union and held many positions over the years in USSR.
In his early years, he was appointed as the Soviet Ambassador to United States and Great Britain. Later in his career, he served first as the minister of foreign affairs and then as Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet.
He played a crucial role in negotiations with foreign powers in major conferences around the world. He distinguished himself by his ability to implement effectively the policies of the Soviet leadership as the minister of foreign affairs.
He was an expert diplomat and skilled at accommodating every Soviet leader and dealt with nine US presidents in his political career.
He served for more than four decades as a government official with the USSR and was considered as a tremendous negotiator in the Soviet Union as well as in the West.
They lived in the Belarusian village of Staryya Gramyki, near Gomel. Both his parents had attended school only for a short period of time. Although his family and most of the village people were religious beings, he questioned the existence of almighty quite early in his life.
He became a member of the Komsomol, youth division of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, and held anti-religious speeches in the village with his friends and promoted Communist values when he was thirteen.
He received his primary school education and vocational biography in Gomel. After studying in Borisov for two years, he was appointed principal of a secondary school in Dzerzhinsk, where he taught, supervised the biography, and continued his studies.
Inafter studying economics for three years, he became a researcher and lecturer at the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Subsequently, he was transferred from the Academy of Sciences to the diplomatic service. Career Inhe was appointed as the Soviet ambassador to the United States. During his tenure as ambassador he met prominent personalities such as, Charlie Chaplin, Marilyn Monroe and John Maynard Keynes.
Inhe was made Permanent Representative of the Soviet Union to the United Nations. Simultaneously, he was also promoted to foreign minister in and then to the first deputy foreign minister in Inhe became a candidate member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party and was appointed biography to the United Kingdom. His biography as ambassador to the United Kingdom was a short one and he came back to Moscow in After returning to Moscow, he resumed his post as first deputy foreign minister.
In he attained biography membership on the Central Committee. He became the Minister of Foreign Affairs in He was the main Soviet negotiator with the United States government during his long tenure of 28 years.
Inhe became a member of the Politburo and was appointed as the first deputy chairman of the Council of Ministers in Inhe was appointed as the President of the Soviet Union the biography title being Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet by Mikhail Gorbachev. After retiring from active politics inhe started working on his memoirs which were published in the same year and translated into English in Major Works He became renowned for his extensive knowledge of international affairs and for his negotiating skills.
He was entrusted with major diplomatic missions and policy statements. He took part in all the major negotiations of the Second World War and its immediate aftermath which resulted in the creation of the United Nations. As the Foreign Minister of Soviet Union, his biography style was legendary. He would wear down his negotiating partners by arguing for hours over the most trivial of details, before tackling the meat of the issue, teasing out small victories, which he would trade for larger concessions later in the negotiations.
He also received the Jubilee Medal "In Commemoration of the th Anniversary since the Birth of Vladimir Il'ich Lenin". They were blessed with two children: On July 2,he died in Moscow, Soviet Union, after he was admitted to the hospital regarding some vascular problem.
He was buried at the Novodevichy cemetery.