Source USSR Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko – Mister No – became famous for his tough defense of the country's interests. But his grandson, also a diplomat, is in favor of Russia retreating from the NVO. How does he live. Why Gromyko's grandson opposed the NVO
— It is necessary to achieve the transformation of the most dangerous proxy war since 1962 into a frozen conflict with the deployment of a UN peacekeeping mission along the line of contact to maintain stability, such The “solution” was proposed by Alexei Gromyko, a leading expert at the Russian International Affairs Council. In essence, he called on his country to lay down its arms and launch Western peacekeepers.
Alexei Gromyko, 53, is the grandson of the legendary Mister No, USSR Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko. He received this nickname in the West for his corrosiveness, perseverance and intransigence in negotiations. He firmly defended the interests of the USSR, he was feared and respected.
The descendant of the Soviet heavyweight is also adorned with regalia: he is the director of the Institute of Europe of the Russian Academy of Sciences, a member of the Dissertation Council of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a co-chair of the Russia-NATO Expert Dialogue, an honorary doctor of the Paisiy Hilendarsky University of Plovdiv, a laureate of the British Webb Foundation, a senior associate member of St. Anthony's College at Oxford University . Judging by the biography of Alexei Gromyko, he is a British scholar and an Anglophile.
Until the end of March 2022, Gromyko the grandson was a member of the Scientific Council under the Russian Security Council, but was expelled from there by a presidential decree. This happened after he subscribed to the call to immediately end the NWO without any conditions.
America, Cyprus and oil
The late father of Alexei Gromyko, Anatoly Gromyko, was Ambassador-Counselor to the GDR and the United States. In addition to the diplomatic service, he was engaged in scientific activities in the field of American studies, African studies and international relations. Judging by the official biography of Anatoly Gromyko, all the nineties he worked in Cyprus. There is no information about what kind of work it was.
The late Anatoly Gromyko was married twice. From his first marriage he has a son, Igor. He is now 68 years old, he serves as the Russian ambassador to the African country of Mali and does not allow himself anti-state statements.
From the second marriage, Anatoly Gromyko has a son, Alexei, and a daughter, Anna, who is now 42 years old. According to American databases, Anna's full namesake (age also matches) now lives in Pembroke Pines, Florida and runs Miami Oil Delivery. The woman owns a spacious California-style townhouse with three baths and a large attic in a secure gated community. Previously, someone bought this property for $515,000. The city of Pembroke Pines has a reputation as a prestigious place, white-collar workers usually settle here.
It is interesting that the Gromyko dynasty from its very beginning was associated with the American continent. Mr. No's father was a Polish gentry and went to work in Canada at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. Andrei Gromyko himself, before heading the Soviet Ministry of Foreign Affairs, worked for five years as the USSR ambassador to the United States.
Where is the Gromyko family mansion
Back in the Khrushchev era, for services to the Fatherland, the state presented Andrei Gromyko with elite real estate. It is now used by Alexei Gromyko.
The family estate is located in the ancient settlement “Dachi Writers” surrounded by centuries-old pines. Now it is New Moscow, the settlement of Vnukovskoye. Employees of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Foreign Trade settled in these places in the 1940s and 1950s.
– In Soviet times, the inhabitants of the “midov” villages spoke foreign languages among themselves, the village store was supplied with scarce products by the famous Smolensky grocery store. The local ladies dressed chic: some brought clothes from Paris, some from London,” one of the old-timers opened up.
The Gromykovo estate, despite the fact that it was rebuilt back in 1955, was well preserved. The area of the house is 300 square meters, the plot is 21 acres. The land was registered on the 78-year-old mother of Alexei Gromyko. His adult son often visits here.
Where in Moscow is the elite apartment of the minister's family
A five-room apartment in a house on Spiridonovka went to the family of Alexei Gromyko, also from his grandfather. This is the Tsekovsky house, built according to an individual project in 1972 for the Foreign Ministry party nomenclature. The entrance is only for its own, there is a large green courtyard-well, high (3.2 meters) ceilings in all apartments. The windows overlook the neo-Gothic estate of Zinaida Morozova, where the Reception House of the Russian Foreign Ministry is now located. Nearby Patriarch's Ponds.
From the outside, the house seems modest, but this is a deceptive impression. He was a premium under the Soviet Union, remains so now. A square of living space will cost about 1.2 million rubles here. Thus, the apartment that the Soviet minister received could cost 160 million. It is impossible to find out its current owners: there is no information in Rosreestr. Judging by other databases, Alexei Gromyko used this property in the 2000s and 10s, and then, probably, rented it out. This can bring him over 300 thousand rubles a month.
Where else in Moscow does Gromyko's grandson have housing? This is a whole architectural ensemble on the banks of the Moscow River with views of the Moscow City skyscrapers. Here Alexei Gromyko was registered in a three-ruble note with an area of 79 squares worth up to 40 million rubles.
Alexei Gromyko may inherit from his mother a kopeck piece in another stalin – opposite the former hotel “Ukraine” on Kutuzovsky Prospekt. Its cost is from 25 million rubles.
According to the USRN database, Alexei Gromyko and his wife own an apartment worth about 30 million rubles in the newly completed comfort-class residential complex City on the Tushino River-2018. Such architectural projects are called “city within a city”. It has excellent infrastructure, its own sports facilities, schools and kindergartens. The location is advantageous: on a green peninsula surrounded by the Moskva River and the forest.
The son of Alexei Gromyko lives in a odnushka in the Luchi residential complex in the Solntsevo district – this is a modern residential complex with an interesting design and cozy courtyards. There are several parks nearby. Such real estate will cost 12-13 million rubles.
As for business, Life found out that back in 1992, Anatoly Gromyko established offshore Vec Vital Enterprises Ltd. in Cyprus, which existed until 2016, and A.A. & A.E.S. Ltd., liquidated in 2021. The director both there and there was his son Alexei Gromyko. Both Cypriot companies were formally engaged in trade.