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September 28, 1950

OUTGOING CABLE NO. 18249, GROMYKO TO VYSHINSKY

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    Gromyko asks Vyshinsky to get Tsarapkin to inform American intermediary Lancaster that Malik has agreed to the meeting. Malik must hear out the Americans and if it seems that they're willing to work towards a peaceful resolution, tell Lancaster that any questions that the Americans had during this discussion will be answered in the next meeting.
    "Outgoing Cable No. 18249, Gromyko to Vyshinsky," September 28, 1950, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, CWIHP Archive. Translated by Gary Goldberg. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/119401
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USSR MFA

10th Department

Outgoing Nº 18249

received at 0243 28 September 1950

dispatched at 0445 28 September 1950

Spets Nº 52

Cable

to NEW YORK

to VYSHINSKY   

Copy Nº 1

SPECIAL

PRIORITY

52. Charge Tsarapkin with informing Lancaster about Malik’s agreement to meet with an assistant of Acheson or one of the American ambassadors as Lancaster proposes.

Malik should listen to the State Department representative and in the event it is evident that the Americans are making a step forward in the direction of a peaceful settlement of the Korean question declare to him that he, Malik will thinking about the questions raised in the conversation and will give a reply in the next conversation.

Telegraph about the results.

At the instructions of Headquarters

GROMYKO

three copies nb

28 September 1950

Authenticated by: [illegible signature]

Copies

1. to Cde. Stalin

2. to the 10th Department

3. copy

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