Khrushchev gives Kim Il Sung a copy of Mao Zedong's statements stemming from the 1956 August Incident and the joint Sino-Soviet intervention.
June 14, 1960
Journal of Soviet Ambassador in the DPRK A.M. Puzanov for 14 June 1960
This document was made possible with support from ROK Ministry of Unification
USSR EMBASSY [USSR MFA Far [USSR MFA General
IN THE DPRK East Department stamp: Secretariat stamp:
Nº 134 SECRET Incoming Nº 01711s SECRET Incoming Nº
9 August 1960 12-18 August 1960] 09152gs
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
14 June 1960
At Moscow's instructions I passed Kim Il Sung a brochure with documents and materials which relate to the four-power summit meeting in Paris.
Kim Il Sung expressed gratitude to passing [him] this brochure.
A meeting and an approximately three-hour conversation were held with CPSU CC Presidium members Cdes. F. R. Kozlov, A. N. Kosygin, and A. I. Mikoyan. Present at the conversation were Cdes. N. S. Patolichev, S. A. Skachkov, Yu. V. Andropov, A. M. Puzanov, and Embassy interpreter D. A. Priyemsky; from the Korean side: Kim Il Sung, Kim Chang-man, Pak Yong-guk, Gosplan Chairman Rim Gi-cheol [sic], Ambassador Ri Song-yun [sic], and interpreter Choe Won-sik. During this meeting Kim Il Sung talked in detail about the economic and political situation in the DPRK and presented the requests about economic issues.
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
Kim Il Sung talks about the economic and political situation in the DPRK and presented his requests on economic issue during a meeting with CPSU CC Presidium members.
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