23 August 2011 г. в 09:55
President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych singed a decree on August 22, having thus appointed a 62-year old ex-deputy prime minister, Viktor Tikhonov, ambassador to Belarus. The document is published on the official website of the Ukrainian leader.
Viktor Tikhonov replaced 45-year-old Roman Bezsmertny in Minsk, who headed the diplomatic mission of Viktor Yushchenko, according to the decree on February 24, 2010 (the day before Yanukovych's inauguration), and was released on June 3, 2011 by the acting head of the Ukraine.
Viktor Tikhonov used to be a member of the Communist Party from 1968 to 1991; a member of Party of Regions, led by Viktor Yanukovych, since 2006.
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