Kosygin


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Kosygin

Aleksei Nikolayevich . 1904--80, Soviet statesman; premier of the Soviet Union (1964--80)
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Hoxha stated that Kosygin visited Vietnam in pursuit of an "insidious, deceptive, demagogic, subversive and defeatist purpose" and that the military aid to Hanoi that Moscow proposed was "nothing but demagogy and a trap" (Hoxha 1975-88, v.
This television framing started with the absence of Premier Alexei Kosygin during the 1979 parade, and reached its peak between 1982 and 1984, during the fast-changing leadership between Brezhnev, Andropov and Chernenko.
As an example of how the diaries might be used to complement other sources, on 21 May Brezhnev made reference to an encrypted telegram and to Kosygin who was vacationing in Karlovy Vary: "Spoke with Kosygin on the 21st and 22nd and proposed that to drink water--means to stay too long.
In 60s, President Ayoub visited Russia and met with the then Soviet Prime Minister of Russia Alexei Kosygin.
Kosygin Moscow State Textile University, one of the oldest institutes for higher studies in textiles in Russia, and some other leading higher education institutions in this field.
The Soviet Premier Kosygin earned praised as peacemaker.
Khrushchev's successor, Alexei Kosygin, warned that the Soviet Union would be "forced to take all measures which it would consider necessary for securing peace in Europe" in the event that West Germany "got access to nuclear weapons" in any form.
Political power in the USSR is taken over by Leonid Brezhnev--at party level--and Aleksei Kosygin as head of government.
On 18 October, when the Kosygin flight was expected to arrive, Chinese strategic missile forces were placed on their highest alert for immediate launch.
Narrating the breathtaking negotiations of world leaders like Henry Kissinger, Richard Nixon, Alexei Kosygin, Bhutto, Yahya Khan (1917-80), Indira Gandhi (1917-84), and others, Raghavan helps us feel the volatile nature of the situation in which Bangladesh was born.
Khrushchev was toppled from power; he was succeeded by Leonid Brezhnev as first secretary and by Alexei Kosygin as premier.
Soon after the border war with China in 1962 and its humiliating consequences which could be seen as the turning point in this foreign policy, the visiting Soviet leadership to New Delhi, Kosygin, Bulganin and Khrushchev had to make great effort to ensure that India stayed in course sticking to her policy of non-alignment and did not move away towards US upsetting the power balance in the Indian Ocean area.