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  • September 17, 1952

    Letter, Embassy of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Bucharest, to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of Romania

    The DPRK embassy thanks the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the shipment of medical supplies and aid.

  • August 28, 1954

    Report from the Romanian Embassy in Pyongyang to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Second Division Liaison, August 28th 1954, 533/5

    In a report to the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tatu speaks about his conversations with Kim Il Sung. Topics range from currency in North Korea and the industrial development to the condition of hospitals and the care of Korean orphans. Also discussed are the ambassador's return visits to Bucharest, where the question of moving the Soviet embassy to Pyongyang is mentioned.

  • September 12, 1954

    Liaison Report from the Romanian Embassy in Pyongyang to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Second Division Liaison, September 19th 1954, 4262/1954

    The report concerns the various meetings of Romanian charge d'affairs Alexenco between the dates of 30 May and 20 August (not told in chronological order). The topics range from the cultural arts of North Korea such as ballet, the quality of healthcare and hospitals, to the status of construction of the new Romanian embassy.

  • January 31, 1955

    Letter from the Romanian Embassy in Pyongyang to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Second Division Liaison, January 31st 1955, 134/955

    In a letter to the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Jianu reports on the conditions of hospitals in North Korea. There are concerns about the medical staff properly attending to the conditions of the hospitals, and "allow matters to spiral out of control." This issue was brought up in a study of the hospitals in Nampo. The ambassador notes communication difficulties with the Ministry of Health, as if they are unwilling to speak about this.