Poland and North Korea agree to exchange information and consult on the prevention and disclosure of dangerous crimes and to share experiences in forensic techniques and road traffic organization and fire protection.
April 3, 1990
Letter, Embassy of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in Poland to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Poland
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Warsaw. 1990. 04. 03.
Ministry of Internal Affairs
of the Republic of Poland
The Embassy of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea in Poland sends its compliments to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Poland and has the honor to inform you that the Ministry of Public Security of the DPRK intends to send to Poland a five-person delegation of specialists in electronic machinery for the purpose of familiarizing themselves with the following aspects of the PESEL [system]:
- content of population records,
- system of operation and the capabilities of the computers,
- experience of operation over the past 10 years,
- method and system for transferring data between PESEL and the cities.
The Embassy of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea in Poland politely requests that the MPS delegation be admitted.
The DPRK embassy in Poland takes this opportunity to reassure the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Poland of the high esteem
Embassy of the Democratic
People’s Republic of Korea in Poland
The North Korean Embassy informs Poland's Ministry of Internal Affairs that a five-member delegation from the Ministry of Public Security would visit and they were interested in the functioning of the PESEL system and the application of computers in its operations.
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