A GLIMPSE BEYOND
Here are some documents that give just a small glimpse into the wide variety of subjects and life situations Vladimir Petrovsky was confronted with during his diplomatic career that spanned nearly 50 years. Additional documents are still being added.
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1. Vladimir Petrovsky Retirement Speech – 25/2/2002
2. "HOLOCAUST REMEMBERED", Statement of V. Petrovsky at the Third Interfaith Concert of Remembrance, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, NY, USA, 21.11.92.
3. Maurice Strong, Secretary-General UNCED – 19/8/1992
4. Secretary General Boutros-Boutros Ghali – 2/5/1995
5. Letter to V. Petrovsky from R M J Lyne, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of United Kingdom Mission to UNOG, 20.11.97.
6. "Luncheon Committee of Foreign Relations", 23.01.78.
7. Tass Telex on Moscow Middle East Conference – Jan. 1992