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January 18, 1974

SECRET TELEGRAM NO. 792 - FROM MOSCOW TO WARSAW

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    Comrade Nowak reports on the intensification of the use of propaganda by the Chinese against Soviets.
    "Secret Telegram No. 792 - From Moscow to Warsaw," January 18, 1974, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Archive of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Warsaw (AMSZ), z-Depesze, Moskwa 1974. Obtained and translated for CWIHP by Malgorzata K. Gnoinska. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/113672
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Secret Telegram No. 792
From Moscow to Warsaw, January 18, 1974

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From Kowalczyk's conversation with the Deputy Director in the Far Eastern Department of Foreign Ministry – Dubrovsky

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The Chinese propaganda against the Soviet Union has intensified following the Tenth CCP Congress. In recent days, they have published anti-Soviet materials in great amounts. Their content is increasingly harsher. According to Soviet comrades, the intensification in this propaganda is dictated by China's internal needs (economic difficulties, factional strife, preparations for the People's Council meeting, and so on). At the same time, this constitutes “a scarecrow” for those who would like to ease tensions in Sino-Soviet relations.

/-/ Nowak

[Received by Foreign Minister Olszowski and the highest official with the Foreign Ministry and the CC PUWP International Department].