After graduation he worked in distribution at the Institute for Scientific Information. Was invited head of the 1 st European Division A. Harutyunyan to work in the MFA (Aratyunyan taught at MSU and personally knew Adamashina).
1960-1966 gg. was a member of the Soviet Embassy in Italy. Then - once worked for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Between 1971 - 1973 .- Officer of the Office of Planning Ministry of Foreign Affairs foreign policy actions. For a long time, was speechwriter Andrei Gromyko.
1973 - 1978 gg .- Head of the general international issues MFA.
1978 - 1986 he. the first European head of department, member of the Board.
Since 1985, Mr.. headed by the USSR Commission for UNESCO and has become one of the Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs of the USSR E.A. Shevardnadze.
In 1990-1992. served as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the USSR in Italy.
In 1992-1994. was the chief curator of the foreign ministry policy towards the CIS, occupying the post of First Deputy Minister. Has made some positive changes - in particular, during the preparation of the Collective Security Treaty of CIS countries
After the parliamentary elections in December 1993, some time was a State Duma deputy from the block "Yavlinsky-Boldyrev-Lukin". He was a member of the Committee on CIS Affairs and Relations with Compatriots.
In July 1994,. prematurely resigned his office as deputy in connection with the appointment of the Ambassador of Russia in the UK. He held this post until 1997.
Since August 1997. by 1998. is the Minister for Cooperation with the states - participants of CIS.
In 1998. Ministry for Cooperation with the CIS states were abolished, and Adamishin
became Vice-President of AFK 'system'.
In 1999. - Head of the Department of Foreign Policy Civil Service Academy under the President of Russia
In 1999. a presentation of 'systems' in Italy, in 2000. - In France (the corporation aimed at attracting foreign capital to Russia).
In October 2000, Mr.. became one of the founders of the Fund charity im.Anny Pavlova.
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