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Andrei Denisov has become the second person of importance at the Russian Foreign Ministry
Andrei Denisov has become the second person of importance at the Russian Foreign Ministry. President Vladimir Putin has appointed Denisov First deputy foreign minister, the presidential press service said on Monday. Andrei Denisov, 53, is a graduate of the Moscow Institute of International Relations; he is a Master of economic sciences, speaks English and Chinese. Upon graduation he continued education at a post- graduate department. Then, he worked at the Russian foreign trade mission in Beijing and at an office of the Soviet president. Since 1992, Denisov has been on staff of the Russian Foreign Ministry where he occupied diplomatic posts in China, Egypt. Later, he was promoted to the rank of a deputy foreign minister/. On July 12, 2004, Andrei Denisov was appointed Russia’s permanent representative at the United Nations. The 54- year old Vitaly Churkin replaces Andrei Denisov as Russia’s ambassador to the UN and to the UN Security Council, Earlier; Churkin had been Russia’s ambassador to Belgium and Canada. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has eight deputy foreign ministers now, including Grigory Karasin in charge of the relations with Russia's neighbors in the CIS, Alexander Alekseyev who supervises the Asian sector. Alexander Grushko and Vladimir Titov supervise problems of the European cooperation, Sergei Kislyak is in charge of the American sector, Alexander Saltanov deals with problems of the Middle East settlement, and Alexander Yakovenko attends to problems connected with international organizations.
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