TELEGRAM TO VYSHINSKY IN NEW YORK
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get citationDiscusses the Korean question. One idea is that it might be resolved based upon the Moscow Agreement of 1945. Other suggestions include proposing to the Americans that both the Americans and the Soviets take back all their troops from Korean soil, and that if talks are going to be held, representatives from both North and South Korea must be present."Telegram to Vyshinsky in New York," October, 1947, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, CWIHP archive. http://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/119376
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