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February 19, 1964

CABLE FROM HAO DEQING TO THE INTERNATIONAL LIAISON DEPARTMENT, 'THE KOREAN WORKERS' PARTY RECEIVED A LETTER FROM THE ROMANIAN COMMUNIST PARTY'

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    Hao Deqing reports from North Korea that the Romanians are making an effort to resolve the Sino-Soviet dispute.
    "Cable from Hao Deqing to the International Liaison Department, 'The Korean Workers' Party Received a Letter from the Romanian Communist Party'," February 19, 1964, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, PRC FMA 109-03478-01, 44. Translated by Charles Kraus. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/119083
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Cable Received by the International Liaison Department of the Central Committee

From the Korea Desk - No.199

The Korean [Workers'] Party Received a Letter from the Romanian [Communist] Party

To the International Liaison Department of the Central Committee:

The cable dated 17 February [1964] was received.

After I conveyed the [contents of the] conversation with [Władysław] Gomułka to Pak Yong-guk, Director of the International Department of the Korean [Workers'] Party Central Committee, Pak said that: We [the Korean Workers' Party (KWP)] had just received a letter from the Central Committee of the Romanian [Communist] Party addressed to the Central Committee [of the KWP]. It was a telegram sent over by our embassy in Romania. The contents of the letter were more or less the same as the letter sent to the Chinese Communist Party [CCP], and proposed to cease the polemics [between the CCP and the CPSU]. In order to stop the polemics, they made some suggestions to the CPSU and the CCP. The letter also said that they will send a delegation to China.

Hao Deqing

19 February 1964