June 13, 1960
Journal of Soviet Ambassador in the DPRK A.M. Puzanov for 13-19 June 1960
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IN THE DPRK Nº 134
9 August 1960
[USSR MFA Far
East Department stamp:
SECRET Incoming Nº 01711s
12-18 August 1960]
[USSR MFA General
SECRET Incoming Nº
12 August 1960]
Copy Nº 1
[Stamp: Foreign Policy Archive
Fond [[too faded to read]
Opis' 16, Yed. Khr. 85?7]
of Soviet Ambassador in the DPRK A. M. PUZANOV for the period
13 through 28 June 1960
13-19 June 1960
I was in Moscow from 13 to 18 June. I accompanied Kim Il Sung on his unofficial trip to Moscow to meet and converse with Cde N. S. Khrushchev. We left Moscow on the 18th and arrived in Pyongyang on the 19th.
The composition of the delegation accompanying Kim Il Sung to Moscow:
Kim Chang-man - member of the Presidium, Deputy Chairman of the KWP CC;
Pak Yong-guk - member of the CC, Chief of the KWP CC International Department;
Rim Gi-cheol [sic] - Chairman of the State Planning Committee;
Kim Chee-sung [sic] - Deputy Minister of Foreign Trade;
Cha Hui-jeon [sic] - Assistant to the Chairman;
Jeong Jun-gi [sic] - Deputy Chief of the KWP CC Agitprop Department;
Ri Geun-il [sic] - Secretary of the Chairman;
Ri Ho-rim[sic] - Doctor.
Choe Won-sik - DPRK MFA official;
Ri Seung-hyeok [sic] - DPRK MFA official;
Ok In-seop [sic] - DPRK MFA official.
USSR AMBASSADOR IN THE DPRK
[signature] (A. PUZANOV)
Five copies printed - vp
1 - to Cde. A. A. Gromyko
2 - to Cde. Yu. V. Andropov
3 - to Cde. I. I. Tugarinov
4- to the USSR MFA UVPI
5- to file
Nº 397 8 August 1960
The Soviet Ambassador provides a list of the Korean comrades who accompanied Kim Il Sung to Moscow to meet with Cde. N. S. Khrushchev.
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