The Soviet Societies of Friendship and Cultural Ties with Foreign Countries asks Tajikistan to nominate members for trips to the Middle East.
June 14, 1962
Letter, X. Rakhmatualleva to the Union of Writers of Tajikistan
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Tajik Society of Friendship and Cultural Ties with Foreign Countries
14 June 1962
Union of Writers of Tajikistan
According to the plan of the Union of Soviet Societies of Friendship and Cultural Ties with Foreign Countries specialized tourist groups will be sent to the following African countries:
1. The Ivory Coast, Gabon, the Upper Volta, Dagomea in October-November, for a period of 20 days, at a cost of 800-850 rubles.
2. Guinea, Mali, and Senegal in November-December, for a period of 15-18 days, at a cost of 750-800 rubles.
3. Nigeria in September –October, for a period of 12 days, at a cost of 700-750 rubles.
We ask you to recommend persons for these groups who would be capable of speaking about the Soviet Union and our republic, to establish contacts with members of the public in these countries.
Considering the importance of sending specialized tourist groups to African countries, the Union of Soviet Societies of Friendship is offering tourists a discount of 35%.
We ask you to send the individuals recommended by you to the Tajik Society of Friendship and Cultural Ties with Foreign Countries… not later than August 1 of this year for processing.
Deputy Chair of the Presidium
The Tajik Society of Friendship and Cultural Ties with Foreign Countries wishes to send delegations to several countries in Africa.
September 10, 1962
Letter, A. Stepunin to Comrade A.K. Narzikulov
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