28 July 1995 ON 25 AUGUST 1994, UKRAINE’S NEWLY elected President Leonid Kuchma appointed a 62-year-old career diplomat, Hennadii Udovenko, as the country’s new foreign minister. Udovenko replaced Anatolii Zlenko, who had been foreign minister since the country’s independence in 1991. Upon his appointment, Udovenko said the normalization of Ukraine’s relations with Russia would be […]

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