Report from Soviet Ambassador Moskovsky on a conversation he held with Kim Il at the 15th anniversary celebration of the founding of the DPRK.
September 4, 1963
From the Diary of Soviet Ambassador to North Korea Vasily Moskovsky
4 September 1963
I am noticing as of late that all responsible Korean officials, beginning with the highest leadership, have turned into meteorologists. They cannot find any other topic for discussion except for weather. […]
An entry from the diary of Soviet Ambassador Moskovsky in which he comments that the North Koreans have started avoided talking about substantive matters with him.
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