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Vasiliy Nebenzya appointed Russia’s new envoy in UN
20:18, 25 May 2017
Vasiliy Nebenzya appointed Russia’s new envoy in UN

Former deputy foreign minister will serve instead of Vitaliy Churkin who passed away in February 2017

20:18, 25 May 2017

Nebenzya Vasiliy, Russia's envoy in UN
TASS

Russia’s parliamentary committee for foreign affairs supported the candidacy of Vasiliy Nebenzya, the ex-deputy foreign minister, as the new envoy in the UN. 

Nebenzya will replace Petr Illychev, who temporarily stepped up as the previous envoy Vitaliy Churkin passed away in February 2017.

Vasiliy Nebenzya, Russia’s former deputy foreign minister has served in this office since 2013 until now.

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