February 15, 1955
Letter to the CPSU Central Committee, Request for Material Aid to Amirkhizi of the People's Party of Iran
[CPSU CC stamp:
15 February 1955
subject to return to the
CPSU CC General Department]
TO THE CPSU CENTRAL COMMITTEE
Cde. Radmanesh, the General Secretary of the CC of the People's Party of Iran, has turned to the CPSU CC with a request to give material aid to Cde. Amirkhizi, a member of the CC of the People's Party of Iran, until permanent work is found for him.
Cde. Amirkhizi graduated from the CPSU CC Higher Party School in 1954.
Members of the CC of the People's Party of Iran in Moscow intended to send Cde. Amirkhizi to leadership work in the Committee of the Democratic Party of Iranian Azerbaijan in Baku, but then they gave up this idea.
At the present time Cde. Amirkhizi is being processed for work in the A. S. Pushkin Museum of Graphic Arts.
We consider it possible to grant the request of Cde. Radmanesh and give material aid of 1800 rubles monthly in February and March 1955 to Cde. Amirkhizi against the account of the Executive Committee of the Red Cross and Red Crescent.
[signature] (V. Stepanov)
[signature] (I. Kozlov)
15 February 1955
Cde. Amirkhizi was given material aid by the
Executive Committee of the Red Cross and Red Crescent]
To the archives [illegible signature]
Sector chief [illegible signature]
11 March 1955
to Cde. V. P. Stepanov
to Cde. Vor[onin]
1 February 1955
This note requests the CPSU Central Committee to give 1800 rubles a month to Amirkhizi, a member of the CC of the People's Party of Iran, until permanent work is found for him. Handwritten note at the bottom of the page confirms he received assistance.
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