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September 22, 1980

TELEGRAM FROM THE HUNGARIAN EMBASSY IN PYONGYANG, 'THE KWP’S 6TH CONGRESS'

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    The Hungarian Embassy in Pyomgyang reports on the delegations of the Soviet Union, Japan, and Yugoslavia attending the 6th Korean Workers' Party Congress.
    "Telegram from the Hungarian Embassy in Pyongyang, 'The KWP’s 6th Congress'," September 22, 1980, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, MNL OL XIV-J-1-j Korea 25-001140/1980. Obtained by North Korean Materials Archive, IFES, Kyungnam University, and translated by Imre Májer. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/123737
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PYONGYANG, 80. 09. 22.

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CIPHER TELEGRAM

To the Hungarian Workers’ Party Central Committee’s Foreign Division:

Subject: The KWP’s 6th Congress

The Soviet congress delegation is led by Comrade Gorbachev, alternate member of the Politburo, secretary of the Central Committee. Comrade Rusakov Central Committee secretary will participate in the four-member delegation as well.

The Japanese Communist Party delegation is led by Vice President Tomio Nishizawa, and the Yugoslav one by Petar Stambolić.

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To be seen by

Comrade Szabó F.

Seen by

Comrade Bényei

Comrade Rátkai