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List of Ambassadors of France to Russia

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List of Ambassadors of France to Russia

This is an incomplete list of ambassadors from France to Russia.

Eighteenth century

Nineteenth century and early twentieth century

Soviet Union

  • 1924-1932 Jean Herbette
  • 1933-1936 Charles Alphand
  • 1936-1939 Robert Coulondre
  • 1939-1940 Paul-Émile Naggiar
  • 1940-1941 Eirik Labonne[3]
  • 1941-1941 Gaston Bergery[3]
  • Official end to the diplomatic relations between the Soviet Union and the Vichy Government following the latter's support of the German Operation Barbarossa
  • During the war the Comité National Français was represented in the Soviet Union by Roger Garreau[4]
  • 1945-1948 Georges Catroux[5]
  • 1948-1952 Yves Chataigneau[5]
  • 1952-1955 Louis Joxe[5]
  • 1955-1964 Maurice Dejean[5]
  • 1964-1966 Philippe Baudet[5]
  • 1966-1968 Оlivier Wormser[5]
  • 1968-1973 Roger Seydoux[5]
  • 1973-1976 Jacques Vimont[5]
  • 1976-1979 Bruno de Leusse[5]
  • 1979-1981 Henri Froment-Meurice[5]
  • 1981-1984 Claude Arnaud[5]
  • 1985-1986 Jean-Bernard Raimond[5]
  • 1986-1988 Yves Pagniez[5]
  • 1989-1991 Jean-Marie Mérillon[5]
  • 1991-1992 Bertrand Dufourcq[5]

Post-Soviet Russia

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