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December 14, 1976

EXTRACT FROM MINUTES NO. 36 PARA. 64GS FROM THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE SECRETARIAT, 'REQUEST FROM THE LEADERSHIP OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY OF IRAN'

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    The Central Committee resolves to have the Central Committees of SED, CPC, HSWP, and RCP determine who will send illegal, short-wave radio transmissions into Iran, and to have the chosen group send a representative as well as two technical specialists to consider the requirements for said transmissions.
    "Extract from Minutes No. 36 Para. 64gs from the Central Committee Secretariat, 'Request from the Leadership of the People's Party of Iran'," December 14, 1976, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, RGANI, f. 89, op.27, d.26, ll. 3. Contributed by Roham Alvandi and translated by Richard Iserman. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/209029
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No. St 36-64gs from 14.XII.1976

Extract from Minutes No. 36 Para. 64gs from the Central Committee Secretariat

Request from the leadership of the People's Party of Iran

RESOLVED:

1. To direct the International Department of the CPSU Central Committee to conduct talks with the leadership of the Central Committees of SED, CPC, HSWP, and RCP for the purpose of determining which one of these parties will be capable of providing illegal short wave radio transmissions to Iran for three hours per day.

2. To direct the International Department of the CPSU Central Committee and USSR Ministry of Connections upon receipt of principal agreement from one of the parties indicated to organize illegal radio broadcasts to Iran, to send a representative from the Department and two technical specialists (a specialist in radio transmissions a specialist in antenna installation) into this country in order to consider technical, organizational, and other related questions with our friends there in person.

Secretary of the Central Committee

Sent to: Comrades Ponamarev, Talyzin, and Pegov

St-23/74gs from 27.VIII.76

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