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November 29, 1954

RECORD OF CONVERSATION WITH PRIME MINISTER OF THE MONGOLIAN PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC, COMRADE TSEDENBAL. (FRAGMENTS)

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    Soviet Ambassador to Mongolia, Vasily Pisarev, reports on the discussions between Mongolian leader Tsedenbal and Chinese Deputy Prime Minister Ulanfu on Sino-Mongolian Cooperation. The ambassador reports Tsedenbal's request that China send 20,000 Chinese workers to settle in Mongolia and work in Mongolian factories. (fragments)
    "Record of Conversation with Prime Minister of the Mongolian People's Republic, Comrade Tsedenbal. (fragments)," November 29, 1954, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, AVPRF: fond 0111, opis 36, papka 235, delo 3, listy 57-58. Obtained and translated by Sergey Radchenko for CWIHP. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/110479
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Embassy of the USSR
in the MPR Secret

29 November 1954

RECORD OF CONVERSATION WITH PRIME MINISTER
OF THE MPR c. TSEDENBAL

[…] c. Tsedenbal informed that on that day he received a delegation of the CCP, headed by the deputy Premier of the State Council of the PRC c. Ulanfu, which arrived for the 12th Congress of the MPRP.

In his conversation with Tsedenbal Ulanfu announced that the Chinese government has expressed agreement to provide aid to the Mongolian People's Republic by the way of supplying a certain number of workers for work at the MPR's enterprises. Com. Tsedenbal did not have an opportunity right away to say how many they needed, but said that, approximately, one could place about 20 thousand people at enterprises of different branches of the economy. At the same time he expressed his opinion that the Chinese should give them the workers not for a short period of time, but for permanent residence. Ulanfu declared that he could not solve this question right at that moment but gave his word that he would discuss it after the end of the party congress. […]

Ambassador of the USSR in the MPR [Signature] V[asily]. Pisarev