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March 06, 1953

LETTER FROM THE EMBASSY OF PAKISTAN TO THE CHINESE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS (NO. 598-F-198/53)

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    The Embassy of Pakistan in China requests support and financial assistance to allow several Pakistani nationals to leave Xinjiang.
    "Letter from the Embassy of Pakistan to the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs (No. 598-F-198/53)," March 06, 1953, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, PRC FMA 118-00463-04, 6. Obtained by Charles Kraus. http://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/120898
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The Embassy of  Pakistan present their compliments to the Ministry of Foreign of the Central People’s Government of the People’s Republic of China and have the honour to state that the under-mentioned Pakistani temporary employee in Chini Bagh, Kashgar, intend to leave for Pakistan in the company of Mr. Safdar Ali Khan (Chini Bagh, Kashgar) (who is the subject of a separate note) towards the first week of May 1953:-

a) Sher Ali with his daughter and mother,

b) Abdul Hamid – single

2. The financial position of Messrs. Sher Ali and Abdul Hamid is poor and they cannot afford to engage carriers. The Embassy would be grateful if the Local Administration of Sinkiang [Xinjiang] could be asked to allow them to buy one pack-pony per head.

3. The Embassy of Pakistan avail themselves of this opportunity to renew to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Central People’s Government of the People’s Republic of China the assurances of their highest consideration.