March 17, 1954
Letter, From I.Vinogradov to Soviet Central Committee Secretary M. A. Suslov, Regarding Afanasii Gavrilovich Krymov, a Prisoner of a Soviet Corrective-Labor Camp
Concerning the letter from Afanasii Gavrilovich Krymov, currently serving a sentence in a MVD [Ministry of Internal Affairs] USSR corrective-labor camp, with a request to look over his case and permit him to move to China.
June 11, 1955
Letter to the CPSU Central Committee, Request from Radmanesh for Iskanderi
This letter requests the permission to supply People's Party of Iran Central Committee member Iraj Iskaneri with residence and work in the USSR, as well as permission for his family's arrival, a place for them to stay, and financial support.
July 25, 1955
Letter to the CPSU Central Committee, Request to Recall Ali Javahari
This letter recommends the recall of Javahari because of his supposedly careless work with Iranian political emigrants that risks repression from the Austrian government. Also included is a response to the Soviet Ambassador saying that the reasons listed are not sufficient enough for a recall of Javahari.
September 22, 1955
Letter to the CPSU Central Committee, Request from Bulgarian Government for Nyuzkhet Hijeran Nihat
This letter describes the Bulgarian government's request that Nyuzkhet Hijeran Nihat be sent to lecture in Turkish language and literature for one year at Sofia University. However, the CPSU CC cannot recommend him because of his previous unsatisfactory work while in Moscow.
December 16, 1955
Letter to the CPSU Central Committee, Request from Radmanesh for Iskanderi and Rust
This letter states Radmanesh's request to send NPI CC members Iraj Iskanderi and Reza Rust to Stalinabad in order for them to familiarize themselves with the situation of Iranian emigres in the Tajik SSR. The CPSU agreed to send them with F. F. Voloshin.
February 02, 1956
Memorandum to the CPSU CC on Soviet Koreans
Reports on the Soviet Embassy’s work regarding Soviet Koreans in the DPRK after a USSR Supreme Soviet Presidium decision to allow them to either convert to Korean citizenship or accept dual citizenship and discusses the topic of whether they should be allowed to return to the USSR.