The Xinjiang Foreign Affairs Office follows up on an order to monitor the movements of Soviet automobiles.
July 9, 1962
Cable from the Chinese Foreign Ministry, 'Please Report on the Situation of the Investigation of the Automobiles of the Soviet Consulates'
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Please Report on the Situation of the Investigation of the Automobiles of the Soviet Consulates
[To the] Xinjiang Foreign Affairs Office:
Concerning the investigation of the automobile of the Soviet consulate, the draft report from the Yili [Ili] Office [of the Xinjiang Foreign Affairs Department] has been received. However, the situation report has not yet been received. For [our] use in further negotiations, please quickly send this report as well as the complete records of conversation between Comrade Cao Hongzhang and the Soviet consul from 31 May. [We] hope that in the future [the Xinjiang Foreign Affairs Office] will promptly and truthfully reflect the situation [in Xinjiang] by first reporting materials requested by the Ministry [of Foreign Affairs].
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
9 July 1962
The Chinese Foreign Ministry asks for information on the movements of Soviet owned automobiles in Xinjiang.
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