The Chinese Foreign Ministry asks for information on the movements of Soviet owned automobiles in Xinjiang.
July 11, 1962
Cable from the Xinjiang Foreign Affairs Office, 'Re: Situation of the Investigation of the Automobiles of the Soviet Consulates'
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Re: Situation of the Investigation of the Automobile of the Soviet Consulate
[To the] Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
The cable dated 9 July was received.
The text of the Yili [Ili] [Office of the Xinjiang Foreign Affairs Department] report on the automobile of the Soviet consulate is relatively long. After our office receives it, [we] will immediately send it to Beijing via confidential airmail. The record of conversation between Comrade Cao Hongzhang and the Soviet consul on 31 May were already submitted by the Yili Office of the Foreign Affairs Department to The Department of Consular Affairs [of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs]
Xinjiang Foreign Affairs Office
11 July 1962
The Xinjiang Foreign Affairs Office follows up on an order to monitor the movements of Soviet automobiles.
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