Kim Yong-ryong asks whether the North Korean Ministry of State Security may send specialists to Poland for counterintelligence training ahead of the 13th World Youth and Students Festival.
March 17, 1989
Memorandum from Cpt. Roman Dziedziejko [on a Meeting with Ri Man-sik]
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Today, the Ambassador [sic; Charge d'Affaires] of the DPRK to Poland, Comrade Ri Man-sik informed me that a four-person delegation (including a translator) from the DPRK's Ministry of State Security (MSS) will come to Poland from Sofia on April 6 of this year in order to familiarize themselves with the computer technology used in the counter-intelligence protection of the state.
Comrade Ri Man-sik mentioned that the delegation would also spend 7 days in the GDR and then 7 days in Bulgaria. Further details on the personnel composition, exact arrival and departure dates will be kept up to date.
Cpt. Roman Dziedziejko
Roman Dziedziejko reports that a delegation from the DPRK Ministry of State Security will come to Poland (as well as East Germany and Bulgaria) for counterintelligence training.
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