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SAZONOV Sergey

( Minister of Foreign Affairs of Tsarist Russia)

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Sazonov, Sergey (1860-1927) - Minister of Foreign Affairs of Tsarist Russia. His diplomatic career began with the post of Secretary of the Embassy in London, then was envoy to the Pope. In 1909, Mr.. Stolypin was appointed its Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, and in 1910. - Minister. In this position he tried hard to pursue a policy of rapprochement with Britain. In 1916, Mr.. has resigned and was appointed a member of the audience of the State Council. January 12. 1917. Sazonov was appointed the king's ambassador in London. This post has prevented him to take the February Revolution. After October Sazonov becomes an active figure in the White Guard counter-revolution. In 1919, Mr.. He was included in the Ministry of gene. Denikin, and was later appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Government of Kolchak. He died in exile.


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Sazonov, Sergei Dmitrievich [29.7 (10.8) .1860 - 25.12.1927], Russian statesman, diplomat. Of the nobility of Ryazan province. On the diplomatic service since 1883. From September 1910 to July 1916 - Minister of Foreign Affairs. Continue its policy of rapprochement with Great Britain and Japan. Unsuccessfully to unite the Balkan States and Turkey under the auspices of Russia against the Austro-Hungarian. Conducted negotiations with Germany, culminating in the Potsdam Agreement of 1911, signed an agreement with Japan in 1912 and 1916 in the 1914-16 negotiated with Britain and France on cooperation in the 1-st World War 1914-18 and the conditions for future peace. In 1918-20 a member of the White Guard governments of Kolchak and Denikin, their representative at the Paris Peace Conference, which seek to expand intervention against Soviet Russia. He died in exile in Nice.


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