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October 16, 1976

Telegram to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from the Royal Danish Embassy in Moscow

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Moscow Embassy amtel 391 dated 16.10.1976


Urgent for on-duty secretary


Visa application from North Korean diplomats


The Embassy has just received visa applications for 30 days stay in Denmark for:


1. Li In No

3rd Secretary at North Korea’s Moscow Embassy

Diplomatic passport no. 0519195 valid to 7.03.1980


2. Choi Cha Ryang

Attaché at North Korea’s Moscow Embassy

Diplomatic passport no. 0310113, valid to 19.02.1978


Purpose of travel: diplomatic courier


The two gentlemen wishes to travel this evening via Berlin.


The Embassy requests permission to issue visas no later than today 18.30 Moscow time (16.30 Danish time).



Notice [Hand-written]

Informed Department for Protocol, Police Intelligence Service (Kr. Ottosen), Directorate for Foreign Nationals and Companies. [illegible] been informed that none of these North two North Koreans are known to Police Intelligence Service or TFU, but will still allow issuance of visa.


Telexed corresponding [information] to the Moscow Embassy at 16.35.


Information about visa application of the North Korean diplomats.


Document Information


Rigsarkivet, Udenrigsministeriet (0002), Journalsager gruppe 003-004 (1973-1988), 1567 (4 Q 110). Obtained by Charles Kraus and translated by August Mersyth.


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