Andrei Denisov

Denisov, Andrei Ivanovich


Born Oct. 13, 1906, in the small town of Ozerki, now in Tambov Oblast. Soviet scholar; specialist in the theory of the state and law; doctor of jurisprudence; professor (1945); Honored Worker in Science of the RSFSR (1967). Member of the CPSU since 1926.

In 1935, Denisov began teaching (at the Academy of Law, the Institute of the Red Professoriat, and elsewhere). In 1942 he became the chairman of the subdepartment of the theory of the state and law of the department of law at MGU (Moscow State University). He was chairman of the administrative board of the All-Union Society of Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries from 1948 to 1956 and chairman of the legal commission of the Council of Ministers of the USSR from 1956 to 1962. He was a member of the chief editorial board of the second edition of the Great Soviet Encyclopedia and the editor in chief of the encyclopedic dictionary Labor Law (first and second editions).


Sovetskoe gosudarstvennoe pravo. Moscow, 1940.
Teoriia gosudarstva i prava. Moscow, 1948.
Sovetskoe gosudarstvo: Vozniknovenie, razvitie, sushchnost’ i funktsii. Moscow, 1967.
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While reiterating the urgency of stopping violence in Syria, the First Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Denisov of Russia stressed Syria's future must be made by the Syrians themselves through a broad political dialogue without any preconditions, according to a statement given by the Russian Foreign Ministry.
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On Friday, Kim held talks in Moscow with Russian First Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Denisov and Deputy Foreign Minister Alexei Borodavkin.
Japanese Vice Foreign Minister Kenichiro Sasae and Andrei Denisov, Russian first deputy foreign minister, also talked about bilateral economic exchanges and cooperation in seeking the denuclearization of North Korea, Japanese officials said.
Sajjadi made the remarks in a meeting with Russian First Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Denisov in Moscow where he praised the country for opposing unilateral sanctions of the US and European governments against Iran and the positive policies of Russia in nuclear issue and confirmation of Tehran Declaration for exchanging nuclear fuel and acceptance of a proposal for joining Brazil and Turkey to nuclear negotiations.
Andrei Denisov, Russia's deputy foreign minister, told politicians on Friday that the country had received assurances that its representative in the court will be invited to sit in hearings of appeals filed by Russians.
After PA President Abbas met with President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on July 31, Russian First Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Denisov at a news conference said his country had "downgraded" its ties with Hamas - a significant move as Russia is unique among Quartet mediators in recognising an Islamist militant group.
Among the participants were Andrei Denisov, Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the United Nations and Chairman of the Counter-Terrorism Committee, Javier Ruperez, Executive Director of the Counter-Terrorism Executive Directorate, Vladimir Rushailo, Chairman of the CIS Executive Committee, Boris Mylnikov, Head of the CIS Anti-Terrorist Center, Nikolai Bordyuzha, the Collective Security Treaty Organization Secretary General.
Andrei Denisov, director of economic cooperation in Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, also said Russia understands the position Japanese economic planners are in.
Andrei Denisov, Russian first deputy foreign minister, said during sub-Cabinet level talks with Japan in Tokyo that the planned military realignment is aimed at modernizing equipment and cutting back on personnel in the region, according to Japanese officials.