December 18, 1964
Cable from the Foreign Cultural Liaison Committee, ‘Regarding the Matter of Sending Experts in Woodcarving and Ivory'
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Cable Sent by the Foreign Cultural Liaison Committee
Approved By: Chen Zhongjing
Committee Dispatch 64 No. 89
Regarding the Matter of Sending Experts in Woodcarving and Ivory
[To the] [Chinese] Embassy in Mali:
[According to your] cable [sent on] 20 October , the two experts in woodcarving and ivory [have] already been selected. We consider a work period of one-and-a-half to two years to be appropriate. During [their] time in Mali, your Embassy [will be responsible] for [their] strict oversight. The Malian side will be responsible for assorted living expenses and [shall] provide room and board, medical care, office equipment, [and] travel equipment. Salary and round trip travel expenses will be borne by us. Please have your Embassy refer to our [country's] signed agreement with Mali [regarding] experts' [in-country] treatment and compensation.
Looking forward to your reply.
Foreign Cultural Liaison Committee
18 December 
The Foreign Cultural Liaison Committee issues instructions on the Chinese experts about to be dispatched to Mali.
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