Response of USSR to false allegations that Americans used biological weapons in North Korea calls for both dismissal of V.N. Razuvaev from his posts as Ambassador of the USSR to the DPRK and military adviser and the commission of Molotov to address the allegations and send his resultant report to Mao Zedong and Kim Il Sung. This protocol also authorizes the removal of Ignatiev from the CC CPSU.
April 24, 1953
Memorandum about Sessions of the CPSU CC Presidium from 13 March to 24 April 1953
about Sessions of the CPSU CC Presidium
from 13 March to 24 April 1953
Date of the Session
24 April 1953 (Prot. No. 6)
1. On the publication in the press of a lead article “Regarding the Speech of President Eisenhower”
2. Note of the USSR MVD concerning a Review of the Report from the Former [Soviet] Advisers Assigned to the DPRK Ministry of Public Security and Ministry of Internal Affairs, Cdes. Glukhov and Smirnov.
A small excerpt from a document listing all the issues (30 in total) considered by the CPSU Presidium at its six sessions from 13 March through 24 April 1953. The excerpt shows that the biological warfare allegations were taken up by the CPSU Presidium on 24 April.
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