Diaries and notes relating to Soviet foreign relations, and to Georgian politics and foreign relations. Includes summaries
of conversations between Eduard Shevardnadze and foreign leaders. Also available on microfilm (10 reels).
Teimuraz G. Stepanov-Mamaladze was born in 1934 in Tbilisi (Georgia). After graduating from the Moscow State University Law
School in 1958, he began his career as a journalist in Georgia. In 1978 he was appointed director of the Georgian Information
Agency (Gruzinform). At that time he met Eduard Shevardnadze, the first secretary of the Communist Party of Georgia. In 1985,
when Shevardnadze was appointed minister of foreign affairs of the Soviet Union and left for Moscow, he invited Stepanov-Mamaladze
to work as his aide and speechwriter, which he did through 1991.
5 manuscript boxes
(2.0 Linear Feet)
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