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May 20, 1977

BILATERAL RELATIONS BETWEEN THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF KOREA AND THE SOCIALIST FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF YUGOSLAVIA

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    The Romanian Embassy in Pyongyang sends a telegram to the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs about preliminary preparations for President Tito's visit to the DPRK.
    "Bilateral relations between the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia," May 20, 1977, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Archive of the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Folder 929/1977, Issue 220/E: Bilateral relations between the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and several socialist countries in Europe (the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, the People’s Republic of Poland, the German Democratic Republic and the People’s Republic of Hungary), April – December 1977. Obtained and translated for NKIDP by Eliza Gheorghe. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/114850
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TELEGRAM 066606

To: the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to comrade Constantin Oancea and Ion Ciubotaru

From: the Romanian Embassy in Pyongyang

Subject: Bilateral relations between the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

Date: May 20, 1977

Classification: Secret

From my discussions with Ambassador and First Secretary of the Yugoslav Embassy in Pyongyang, I noted that in late-August this year President Tito will make a visit to the DPRK. The exact date of the visit will be established in accordance to [the availability of] other countries in the region, which will be included in President Tito’s travel to the Far East.

In preparation for the visit, at the beginning of June, a group of Yugoslav journalists will arrive in Pyongyang to interview comrade Kim Il Sung. Furthermore, a filming crew will arrive in order to make a documentary of the visit.

In collaboration with the Korean bodies, the Yugoslav Embassy in Pyongyang began preparations for several documents of an economic nature to be signed during the visit.

Signed: D. Popa