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September 26, 1955

Letter to the CPSU Central Committee, Request from Radmanesh for Iskanderi

[CPSU CC stamp:


26 September 1955

Subject to return to the

CPSU CC General Department]




Cde. Radmanesh, the General Secretary of the CC of the People's Party of Iran [NPI], has turned to the CPSU CC with a request to give NPI CC member Cde. Iskanderi material aid to obtain winter things for [his] wife and three children who have come to him, and also to purchase furniture for an apartment he has received.


We consider it possible to grant the request of Cde. Radmanesh. Charge the SOKK i KP Executive Committee with obtaining equipment for Cde. Iskanderi's apartment at a cost of about 15,000 rubles, putting this apartment at the disposition of the SOKK i KP. Issue Cde. Iskanderi a one-time allowance of 10,000 rubles to obtain winter things for his family at the expense of the SOKK i KP.


Deputy Chief of the CPSU CC Department [signature]

for Relations with Foreign Communist Parties (A. Smirnov)


Sector chief of a CPSU CC Department [signature] (I. Kozlov)

[illegible signatures]


26 September 1955


Nº 25-S-2035 The SOKK i KP has been briefed.

      Sector chief [illegible signature]

3 October 1955


2.3oe to the archives

    V. Gorbunov

5 October 1955

This letter addresses Radmanesh's request that the CPSU CC give Iskanderi financial aid in order to help him obtain winter things and furniture for his family. The CPSU CC agreed to this request.

Document Information


RGANI, f. 5, op. 28, d. 347. Department for Relations with Foreign Communist Parties (International Department of the Central Committee), 1953-1957, microfilm, reel 83. Obtained by Roham Alvandi and translated for CWIHP by Gary Goldberg.


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