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  • May 10, 1973

    Agenda, Brazilian Delegation to West Germany, 'Program of the Meeting on Nuclear Cooperation'

    Schedule of the Brazilian delegation during a visit to various cities in West Germany (Bonn, Erlangen, Frankfurt) in February 1973. This mission is regarded as a critical step towards the establishment of the nuclear agreement with West Germany in 1975. The hand-written notes indicate the appointments and the sites to be visited by technical officials, engineers Carlos Syllus, who later became Director for Technology at Nuclebras, David Neiva Simon, who had been involved in the negotiations of the first Angra power plant with Westinghouse, and Ambassador Nogueira Batista, who would later become president of Nuclebras.

  • September 15, 1973

    Note on Military Coup in Chile by S.K. Arora, Deputy Secretary, Americas

    Speculates about the CIA's potential role in the coup in Chile.

  • September 17, 1973

    Telegram from S.K. Singh, Joint Secretary, on Chile

    The Prime Minister and Foreign Minister's comments on the coup in Chile.

  • September 20, 1973

    Letter from Indian Ambassador to Argentina

    Argentina’s stance towards the new regime in Chile

  • September 21, 1973

    Letter from the Indian Ambassador to Venezuela

    Venezuela’s stance towards the new regime in Chile

  • September 22, 1973

    Message from M.P.M. Menon, Under Secretary, East European Division, 'Record of discussion between the Soviet CDA and Secretary (EAST)'

    Regarding the Soviet decision to break off relations with Chile.

  • September 23, 1973

    Telegram from the Indian Embassy in Santiago

    Foreign refugees in Chile are causing concern with the military government.

  • September 24, 1973

    Letter from S.K. Roy, Ambassador to Mexico

    Analysis of the impact of the coup in Chile.

  • September 25, 1973

    Telegram form the Indian Embassy in Santiago

    Refugees are flooding foreign embassies in Santiago.

  • October 01, 1973

    Telegram from the Indian Embassy in Santiago

    List of countries which have recognized the new regime in Chile

  • October 03, 1973

    Press Relations, Ministry of External Affairs, 'Text of Swaran Singh’s Statement at UN Assembly'

    Statement by Indian Government on President Allende's death.

  • October 04, 1973

    Telegram from R.S. Kalka, First Secretary, Embassy of India in China

    China’s reaction to the coup in Chile

  • October 24, 1973

    Telegram from J.S. Teja, Joint Secretary (AMS), 'Chilean Ambassador’s Meeting with Foreign Secretary'

    India plans to continue relations with Chile, but has not yet recognized the new government.

  • November, 1973

    Telegram from the Foreign Secretary of the Ministry of External Affairs to the Indian Embassy in Santiago

    Response to the overthrow of President Allende by the military junta.

  • November 16, 1973

    Telegram from G.J. Malik, Indian Ambassador to Chile

    Chile’s domestic situation after the military coup. The Indian embassy has not accepted any refugees and India is currently unpopular with the ruling Junta.

  • November 22, 1973

    Telegram from G.L. Malik, Indian Ambassador to Chile, 'The Internal Situation in Chile'

    Malik reports on three leftists who attempted to seek refugee status with the Indian Embassy. One reported he had been arrested and tortured.

  • November 28, 1973

    Telegram from G.L. Malik, Indian Ambassador to Chile

    Malik reflects on whether President Allende died by suicide or was murdered.

  • December 17, 1973

    Telegram from J.S. Teja, Joint Secretary AMS, 'Self-contained note on the Government of India’s attitude to the developments in Chile'

    Report on the death of President Allende by the Chilean Armed Forces