Sergey Lavrov

  • Born

    Russia
  • Occupation

    Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation

Born on March 21, 1950, in Moscow.

1972: graduated from the Moscow State Institute of International Relations of the USSR Foreign Ministry.

1972: graduated from the Moscow State Institute of International Relations of the USSR Foreign Ministry.

1972-1976: worked at the Soviet Embassy in Sri Lanka.

1976-1981: worked in the Department of International Economic Organisations of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

1981-1988: First Secretary, Adviser, Senior Adviser to the Soviet mission to the UN.

1988-1990: Deputy Head of the Department of International Economic Relations at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

1990-1992: Head of the Department of International Organisations at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

1992: Head of the Department of International Organisations and Global Problems at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

1992-1994: Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs.

1994-2004: Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN.

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary.

March 9, 2004: appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs.

May 21, 2012: Reappointed Minister of Foreign Affairs by Presidential Executive Order.

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SDG 17 July 26, 2021

Progress on Second Russia-Africa Summit

Current progress in preparations for the Second Russia-Africa Summit (2022) was presented at the third meeting of the Coordination Council for…
SDG 17 February 5, 2021

Venue for Second Russia-Africa Summit Yet To Be Determined

Where will the second Russia-Africa Economic Forum and Summit be held? Even though there has already been some speculation, the…