Directive explaining ways Soviet representatives can help Hungarian experts representing the Hungarian People's Republic construct atomic energy stations.
October 13, 1966
Extract from Protocol No. 23, Meeting of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the CPSU on 13 October 1966, 'II. On Cooperation between the USSR and the HPR in Construction of Atomic Power Station in Hungary'
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Protocol No. 23
Meeting of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the CPSU on 13 October 1966
Chaired by Cde. Brezhnev L.I.
II. On cooperation between the USSR and HPR in construction of atomic power station in Hungary and providing credit to the government of the Hungarian People’s Republic for this goal.
(Com. Brezhnev, Podgornyy Ustinov, Polyanskiy)
Confirm the drafts of the USSR council of Ministers and the answer to Com. Kallai’s letter on this issue (attached).
Statement of the Politburo confirming drafts about helping Hungary build a nuclear power station and receive a credit from the Soviet Union for that purpose.
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