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June 05, 1944

LETTER TO DEPUTY USSR PEOPLE'S COMMISSAR OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS KAVTARADZE AND THE USSR AMBASSADOR TO IRAN MAKISIMOV FROM VICE-CONSUL OF THE USSR GENERAL CONSULATE IN TABRIZ MARCHENKO

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    Letter forwarding a report about the political and economic situation of the consular district of the USSR General Consulate in Tabriz for 1943.
    "Letter to Deputy USSR People's Commissar of Foreign Affairs Kavtaradze and the USSR Ambassador to Iran Makisimov from Vice-Consul of the USSR General Consulate in Tabriz Marchenko," June 05, 1944, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Central State Archives, f.28, op.4, d.19. Obtained for CWIHP by Jamil Hasanli and translated for CWIHP by Gary Goldberg. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/120068
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USSR Consulate in Tabriz Secret Copy No 1

5 June 1944

No 24

[Filled-in, very faded stamped form, possibly of the Azerbaijan SSR:”….25s [date] 24 October 1945”]

TO THE DEPUTY USSR PEOPLE’S COMMISSAR OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

to Cde. KAVTARADZE

TO THE USSR AMBASSADOR TO IRAN

to Cde. MAKSIMOV

I am forwarding with this a report about the political and economic situation of the consular district of the USSR General Consulate in Tabriz for 1943.

The delay in compiling up the report was for the following reasons:

1. The former General Consul, Cde. Kuznetsov, in spite of the fact that he left Tabriz at the end of January 1944 did nothing to compile the report;

2. The Consulate workers were not informed of the need to compile [this report] until February 1944;

3. After receiving the Ambassador’s order, in view of the election campaign which had begun, we had no opportunity to begin compiling [the report] until May 1944. Thus, for example, from 15 February through 1 May the workers of the General Consulate held more than 300 meetings with local public and political figures in order to protect our interests in the elections, which excluded any possibility of working on the report.

ATTACHMENT: Report on 84 pages.

VICE-CONSUL OF THE USSR

GENERAL CONSULATE IN TABRIZ /MARCHENKO/

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