December 3, 1979
Section for Relations with Foreign Countries of the Moldavian Communist Party Central Committee, to MCP Central Committee, 'Information On the Activity of the Radio-Interception Group of the State Committee for Television and Radio of Moldavia'
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On the Activity of the Radio-Interception Group of the State Committee for Television and Radio Broadcasting of the Moldavian SSR …
…in the aim of improving the efficiency of the activity of the radio-interception group, the CC Section for Information and Relations with Foreign Countries considers that it would be rational (1) to orient the group towards studying the following problems:
- Questions related to the falsification of the history of Moldavia, the economy, the culture of the republic, other moments which relate to Soviet realities;
- Soviet-Romanian relations;
- Romanian-Chinese relations;
- American-Romanian relations;
- The ties of the SRR with Western European countries, especially Western tendencies to create cleavages between the USSR and the SRR;
- The relations of the SRR with Israel and with Egypt in the problems that pertain to the initiative of the Romanian leadership in resolving the crisis in the Middle East;
- The internal situation of the SRR, Romanian reality;
- About the Romanian leadership;
- Discourses of the former USSR citizens who have emigrated from Moldavia;
- Questions related to the actions which are foreseen to be undertaken in the West by Zionist and other centers.
(2) To take supplementary measures for intensifying the clandestine regime of the activity of the interception group.
(3) To form a circle of the best prepared journalists—in both a theoretical and political sense—who could be allocated the task of presenting the final analysis of the materials….
Section for Information and Relations with Foreign Countries of the Moldavian Communist Party CC
List of questions and topics for the Moldavian State Committee for Television and Radio to focus on collecting. The MCP was concerned about tracking anti-Soviet and anti-Moldavian propaganda which originated in Romania.
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