Information from D. Stoyanov to T. Zhivkov on the Internal Situation and Foreign Policy of Ethiopia
The Minister of Internal Affairs, Dimitar Stoyanov reports on the political situation in Ethiopia during the late 1970s. The economic hardship is pushing Mengistu’s government to accept Western aid, in addition to the support it is getting from the Soviet bloc. Mengistu also seems to be critical of the anti-Soviet policy of China.
Associated People & Organizations
- Bulgarian Communist Party. Central Committee
- Ethiopia--History--Revolution, 1974
- Ethiopia--Foreign relations--Western countries
- Intelligence service--Bulgaria
- Bulgaria. Committee for State Security (KDS)
- Bulgaria. Ministry of Internal Affairs
- Military assistance, Soviet
- Ethiopia--Foreign relations--Soviet Union
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