The Soviet Union will help to train Chinese specialists in the area of nuclear energy.
August 19, 1955
Proposal of the USSR Ministry of Higher Education on Providing Assistance to the Chinese People’s Republic in Training Specialists for Work in the Area of the Peaceful Use of Atomic Energy
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Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Central Committee
Comrades Suslov, Molotov (MFA), V. Kuznetsov, Yelutin, Rumyantsev; CPSU CC Secretariat.
[cut off] from Protocol No. 142 of the meeting of the CC Presidium from 22 August 1955.
Proposal of the USSR Ministry of Higher Education on providing assistance to the Chinese People’s Republic in training specialists for work in the area of the peaceful use of atomic energy.
( [??] from 19 Aug 1955, pr. No. 81, p. 380-gs)
1. Satisfy the request of the PRC government on providing assistance in the training of specialists for work in the area of the peaceful use of atomic energy in organized educational establishments in Beijing and Lanzhou.
2. Confirm the draft of the instructions to the USSR embassy in Beijing (see attachment).
3. Task the Ministry of Higher Education to accept 2-3 representatives from the Chinese Side to explain the character of assistance in organizing the training of personnel to work in the area of the peaceful use of atomic energy.
4. Introduce [this] for confirmation of the Presidium.
The CPSU CC agrees to assist the PRC with nuclear energy training.
August 19, 1955
Letter to the Soviet Ambassador [in Beijing]
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