Russia–Spain relations

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Russia–Spain relations (Российско-испанские отношения, Rossiysko-ispanskiye otnosheniya; Relaciones bilaterales entre Rusia y España) refers to the bilateral foreign relations between the Russian Federation and the Kingdom of Spain (member-state of the European Union).wikipedia
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Igor Ivanov

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Igor Ivanov, future foreign minister of independent Russia, has served in Madrid in 1973–1983.
In 1991 he became the ambassador in Madrid.

Bilateralism

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Russia–Spain relations (Российско-испанские отношения, Rossiysko-ispanskiye otnosheniya; Relaciones bilaterales entre Rusia y España) refers to the bilateral foreign relations between the Russian Federation and the Kingdom of Spain (member-state of the European Union).

Diplomacy

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Russia–Spain relations (Российско-испанские отношения, Rossiysko-ispanskiye otnosheniya; Relaciones bilaterales entre Rusia y España) refers to the bilateral foreign relations between the Russian Federation and the Kingdom of Spain (member-state of the European Union).

Spain

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Russia–Spain relations (Российско-испанские отношения, Rossiysko-ispanskiye otnosheniya; Relaciones bilaterales entre Rusia y España) refers to the bilateral foreign relations between the Russian Federation and the Kingdom of Spain (member-state of the European Union).

Member state of the European Union

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Russia–Spain relations (Российско-испанские отношения, Rossiysko-ispanskiye otnosheniya; Relaciones bilaterales entre Rusia y España) refers to the bilateral foreign relations between the Russian Federation and the Kingdom of Spain (member-state of the European Union).

European Union

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Russia–Spain relations (Российско-испанские отношения, Rossiysko-ispanskiye otnosheniya; Relaciones bilaterales entre Rusia y España) refers to the bilateral foreign relations between the Russian Federation and the Kingdom of Spain (member-state of the European Union).

Grand Duchy of Moscow

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Spain and the Grand Duchy of Moscow first exchanged envoys in 1520s; regular embassies were established in 1722. Official contacts between Spain and the Grand Duchy of Moscow go back to 1519, when King Charles I of Spain notified Grand Duke Vasili III of Russia of his ascension to the throne of the Holy Roman Empire as Charles V. In 1523, Yakov Polushkin delivered Vasili's response to the court at Valladolid, thus becoming the first Russian envoy to Spain.

Envoy (title)

Minister PlenipotentiaryenvoyEnvoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary
Spain and the Grand Duchy of Moscow first exchanged envoys in 1520s; regular embassies were established in 1722.

Soviet Union

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Soviet-Spanish relations, once terminated after the Spanish Civil War, were gradually reestablished starting in 1963 and were fully established by 1977.

Spanish Civil War

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Soviet-Spanish relations, once terminated after the Spanish Civil War, were gradually reestablished starting in 1963 and were fully established by 1977.

Euro

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Trade between the two countries amounted to two billion Euros in 2008.

List of Spanish monarchs

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Official contacts between Spain and the Grand Duchy of Moscow go back to 1519, when King Charles I of Spain notified Grand Duke Vasili III of Russia of his ascension to the throne of the Holy Roman Empire as Charles V. In 1523, Yakov Polushkin delivered Vasili's response to the court at Valladolid, thus becoming the first Russian envoy to Spain.

Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor

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Official contacts between Spain and the Grand Duchy of Moscow go back to 1519, when King Charles I of Spain notified Grand Duke Vasili III of Russia of his ascension to the throne of the Holy Roman Empire as Charles V. In 1523, Yakov Polushkin delivered Vasili's response to the court at Valladolid, thus becoming the first Russian envoy to Spain.

List of Russian monarchs

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Official contacts between Spain and the Grand Duchy of Moscow go back to 1519, when King Charles I of Spain notified Grand Duke Vasili III of Russia of his ascension to the throne of the Holy Roman Empire as Charles V. In 1523, Yakov Polushkin delivered Vasili's response to the court at Valladolid, thus becoming the first Russian envoy to Spain.

Vasili III of Russia

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Official contacts between Spain and the Grand Duchy of Moscow go back to 1519, when King Charles I of Spain notified Grand Duke Vasili III of Russia of his ascension to the throne of the Holy Roman Empire as Charles V. In 1523, Yakov Polushkin delivered Vasili's response to the court at Valladolid, thus becoming the first Russian envoy to Spain.

Holy Roman Empire

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Official contacts between Spain and the Grand Duchy of Moscow go back to 1519, when King Charles I of Spain notified Grand Duke Vasili III of Russia of his ascension to the throne of the Holy Roman Empire as Charles V. In 1523, Yakov Polushkin delivered Vasili's response to the court at Valladolid, thus becoming the first Russian envoy to Spain.

Valladolid

Valladolid, SpaincityFair of Valladolid
Official contacts between Spain and the Grand Duchy of Moscow go back to 1519, when King Charles I of Spain notified Grand Duke Vasili III of Russia of his ascension to the throne of the Holy Roman Empire as Charles V. In 1523, Yakov Polushkin delivered Vasili's response to the court at Valladolid, thus becoming the first Russian envoy to Spain.

Credential

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In 1525 Russian envoys Ivan Zasekin-Yaroslavsky and Semen Borisov presented their credentials to Charles; they brought news of the Discovery of the Americas to Muscovy.

Voyages of Christopher Columbus

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In 1525 Russian envoys Ivan Zasekin-Yaroslavsky and Semen Borisov presented their credentials to Charles; they brought news of the Discovery of the Americas to Muscovy.

Spanish Inquisition

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The Spanish Inquisition and especially the aftermath of the Alhambra Decree expelling Jews from the Kingdom were of particular interest to 16th-century Russian clergy, then obsessed with suppressing the Judaizers heresy within the Russian Orthodox Church.

Alhambra Decree

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The Spanish Inquisition and especially the aftermath of the Alhambra Decree expelling Jews from the Kingdom were of particular interest to 16th-century Russian clergy, then obsessed with suppressing the Judaizers heresy within the Russian Orthodox Church.

Jews

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The Spanish Inquisition and especially the aftermath of the Alhambra Decree expelling Jews from the Kingdom were of particular interest to 16th-century Russian clergy, then obsessed with suppressing the Judaizers heresy within the Russian Orthodox Church.

Judaizers

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The Spanish Inquisition and especially the aftermath of the Alhambra Decree expelling Jews from the Kingdom were of particular interest to 16th-century Russian clergy, then obsessed with suppressing the Judaizers heresy within the Russian Orthodox Church.

Heresy

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The Spanish Inquisition and especially the aftermath of the Alhambra Decree expelling Jews from the Kingdom were of particular interest to 16th-century Russian clergy, then obsessed with suppressing the Judaizers heresy within the Russian Orthodox Church.

Russian Orthodox Church

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The Spanish Inquisition and especially the aftermath of the Alhambra Decree expelling Jews from the Kingdom were of particular interest to 16th-century Russian clergy, then obsessed with suppressing the Judaizers heresy within the Russian Orthodox Church.