Telegram from A. Vyshinsky to Soviet Ambassador in Pyongyang, Shtykov, to inform Kim Il Sung of reallocation of portion of 1951 credit (17 March 1949 agreement) to 1950.
February 9, 1950
Outgoing Telegram No. 2429, Vyshinsky to Shtykov
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form Nº 17
Outgoing Nº 2429
received at 1935 9 February 1950
sent out at 2050 9 February 1950
Spets Nº 84
to THE SOVIET AMBASSADOR
Copy Nº 1
93.94. Visit Kim Il Sung and inform him of the following:
First. The CC decision about issuing a loan can be adopted. Representatives with samples of the bonds can be sent to Moscow:
Second. They can begin forming an additional three divisions.
Third. A request can be made about the use of the credit for 1950 which was issued for 1951.
Fourth. Concerning point 4 of the agenda you can say that there are no objections.
Fifth. A request can be sent to the Soviet Government about sending a group of textile industry workers to the USSR.
At the direction of the authorities [instantsiya]
Telegraph when this has been done.
five copies. nb
9 February 1950
Authenticated: [illegible signature]
1. to Cde. Stalin
2. to Cde. Molotov
3. to Cde. Vyshinsky
4. 10th department
[handwritten: N 1341/sh]
Vyshinsky relays that all of the things that Kim Il Sung requested are allowed.
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