LETTER FROM KIM IL SUNG TO SOVIET GOVERNMENTCITATION SHARE DOWNLOAD
get citationKim Il Sung concurs with Stalin’s disapproval of the English appeal to remove the People's Army from the 38th parallel and considers the Korea question should be taken to UNSC."Letter from Kim Il Sung to Soviet Government" July 14, 1950, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, APRF, Fond 3, Opis 65, Delo 826, Listy 108-109 http://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/112994
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To the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the USSR to the DPRK, Comrade Shtykov, T.F.
I ask you to transmit to the Government of the USSR the following:
In connection with the appeal of the English to the Government of the USSR with a demand about the withdrawal of troops of the Korean People's Army to the 38th parallel, the Government of the DPRK considers, as does the Soviet Government, that such a demand of the English is impertinent and unacceptable.
We are in full agreement with the opinion of the Soviet government that the Korean question [should be] discussed in the Security Council with the participation of the USSR and China and with the summoning of representatives of Korea.
The government of the DPRK [will take measures] quickly to clear the entire territory of Korea of American interventionists.
Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers of the DPRK
Kim Il Sung.