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July 04, 1961

LETTER FROM AMBASSADOR PERVUKHIN TO FOREIGN MINISTER GROMYKO ON THE PEACE TREATY WITH EAST GERMANY

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    Ambassador Pervukhin sends the views of the Soviet embassy in East Germany regarding the negotiation of a peace treaty between East Germany and the Soviet Union. It notes that "the most difficult issues which will arise after signing a peace treaty are the practical exercise by [the] GDR organs of effective control over the links between West Berlin and the FRG and the establishment of a regime over the movement of the population between West and Democratic Berlin."
    "Letter from Ambassador Pervukhin to Foreign Minister Gromyko on the Peace Treaty with East Germany," July 04, 1961, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Russian Foreign Ministry Archive, referentyra po GDR, Opis 6, Por 34, Inv. 193/3, v.1, Papka 46. Published in CWIHP Working Paper No. 5, "Ulbricht and the Concrete 'Rose.'" Translated for CWIHP by Hope Harrison. http://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/116210
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