Georgiy Shevel

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Georgiy Shevel
Георгій Георгійович Шевель
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Ukrainian SSR
In office
Prime Minister Volodymyr Shcherbytsky
Oleksandr Liashko
Preceded by Dmytro Bilokolos
Succeeded by Volodymyr Martynenko
leader of Komsomol of Ukraine
In office
Preceded by Vladimir Syemichasny
Succeeded by Vasyl Drozdyenko
Personal details
Born 9 May 1919
Died 16 November 1988
Political party Kyiv
Alma mater University of Kharkiv

Georgiy Shevel (Ukrainian: Георгій Георгійович Шевель) (9 May 1919, Kharkiv – 16 November 1988, Kyiv) he was Ukrainian politician and diplomat. Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Ukrainian SSR (1970–1980).


Georgiy Shevel graduated from the Faculty of philology of the University of Kharkiv (1941).

Professional career and experience

From 1944 to 1946 – he worked in the Komsomol of Ukraine, 2nd Secretary of the Lviv Regional Committee of the Komsomol, 1st Secretary of the Lviv Regional Committee of Komsomol.

From 1946 to 1950 – Secretary of the Central Committee of Komsomol of Ukraine propaganda, 3rd secretary of Komsomol of Ukraine, 2nd secretary of Komsomol of Ukraine.

In 1950–1954 – he was 1st secretary of Komsomol of Ukraine.[1]

In 1954–1960 – He held the post 2nd secretary of the Kyiv City Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine.

In 1960–1961 – he was secretary of the Kyiv Regional Committee of the Communist Party on agitation and propaganda.

In 1961–1970 – he headed of the Propaganda Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party and agitation.

From 10 August 1970 to 18 November 1980 – Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Ukrainian SSR.[2] Headed the Ukrainian delegation to sessions of the UN General Assembly.[3]

Diplomatic rank


  1. ^ Komsomol di Ucraina
  2. ^ Foreign ministers S-Z – Rulers
  3. ^ Ukraine's U.N. Mission celebrates 40th anniversary

External links

  • Diplomacy in the Former Soviet Republics James P. Nichol Greenwood Publishing Group, 1.01.1995 – 244.
  • Soroka D. I. Historical retrospective of Ukraine's cooperation with the United Nations
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