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  • May 02, 1973

    Letters between Shail Upadhya and C.V. Narasimhan

    Shail Upadhya sends Narasimhan a letter containing number of issues including DPRK's membership to WHO and rumor on Lee Hu-rak' house arrest.

  • May 03, 1973

    Bulgarian Ministry of the Interior, Correspondence with KGB on Technical Assistance to a Bulgarian State Security Operation

  • May 03, 1973

    Rajha Sabha Q&A on External Reports of Indian Manufacture of Nuclear Power Plant Components

    Transcript of questions and answers between members of the Rajya Sabha and the Prime Minister, Shrimati Indira Gandhi, on an Economic Times report that presented evidence of the Indian manufacture of nuclear components and the best course of action.

  • May 04, 1973

    Telegram from the First Directorate to Moscow, Budapest, Prague, Warsaw, Berlin, Tirana, Belgrade, Sofia, Beijing, Ulan Bator, Hanoi, Pyongyang, Havana, Analysis Division, No.01/04595

    A Romanian diplomat reports that socialist countries around the world have given their support to North Korea's demands to abolish the UN Commission for the Unification and Reconstruction of Korea. In addition, many socialist nations supported an end to all foreign intervention on the DPRK.

  • May 05, 1973

    Telegram from the First Directorate to Washington, DC, No.01/04493

    North Korea asks Romania to forward a letter to the president of the US Senate, Spiro T. Agnew, and separately, the Speaker of the House, Carl Albert. The letter, adopted by the DPRK Supreme People’s Assembly, will request the US to withdraw its forces from the Korean Peninsula, terminate military aid to South Korea, and dismantle the UN Commission for the Unification and Reconstruction of Korea.

  • May 08, 1973

    Czechoslovak Record of Consultation of Eastern European Ambassadors in Beijing on the Situation in China

    This document argues that Chinese policy is determined by a negative attitude towards the Soviet Union, political campaigns, and persecution of the domestic opposition. The participants of the meeting identify two political blocs struggling for political power in China, and state that the role of the army to date remains unclear.

  • May 08, 1973

    Letters between Shail Upadhya and C.V. Narasimhan

    Upadhya sends Narasimhan a report on his conversation with ROK Foreign Minister.

  • May 09, 1973

    Letters between Shail Upadhya and C.V. Narasimhan

    Upadhya requests Narasimhan for copies of a recent press release issued by China Liaison Office in DC calling for the dissolution of UNCURK and the withdrawal of UN Force from Korea.

  • May 09, 1973

    Letter, Bureau de Liaison des Forces Centristes Sud-Vietnamiennes to the Secretary General

    The Bureau de Liaison des Forces Centristes Sud-Vietnamiennes transmits to the Secretary General a note of the Republic of Vietnam's adherence to the Paris Peace Accords.

  • May 10, 1973

    Rajya Sabha Q&A on a Possible Nuclear Energy Complex in Uttar Pradesh

    Transcript of questions and answers between members of Rajya Sabha and the Minister of Atomic Energy, Shrimati Indira Gandhi, on the feasibility and cost of constructing a nuclear facility in Western Uttar Pradesh.

  • May 10, 1973

    Agenda, Brazilian Delegation to West Germany, 'Program of the Meeting on Nuclear Cooperation'

    Schedule of the Brazilian delegation during a visit to various cities in West Germany (Bonn, Erlangen, Frankfurt) in February 1973. This mission is regarded as a critical step towards the establishment of the nuclear agreement with West Germany in 1975. The hand-written notes indicate the appointments and the sites to be visited by technical officials, engineers Carlos Syllus, who later became Director for Technology at Nuclebras, David Neiva Simon, who had been involved in the negotiations of the first Angra power plant with Westinghouse, and Ambassador Nogueira Batista, who would later become president of Nuclebras.

  • May 14, 1973

    Telegram from Beijing, No.059.484, Urgent, SECRET

    Pyongyang forwards ideas for exchange of commerce, people and goods between North and South Korea. These include bringing surplus labor in the South to work in North Korea, jointly creating irrigation system using North Korean expertise, etc. However, South Korea remains distrustful of the motives of North Korea.

  • May 17, 1973

    US Embassy India Cable 5797 to State Department forwarding Bombay consulate cable 983, 'India’s Nuclear Position'

    A follow up to John J. Pinajian's 4 April 1973 report on "India's Nuclear Position." Pinajian got some access to the Bhabha Atomic Research Center, but noticed the absence of personnel responsible for experimental work. Moreover, he was getting cooperation from the Institute for Fundamental Research to conduct an experiment.

  • May 17, 1973

    Cable, Winspeare to the Secretary-General

    Winspeare sends the Secretary-General a cable reporting DPRK's admission to WHO.

  • May 21, 1973

    Sixth Interkit Meeting, Record of Meeting with Boris Ponomarev and Konstantin Katushev

    This record of a meeting with the secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU), Boris Ponomarev, and with the secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU, Konstantin Katushev, addresses the anti-Soviet course adopted by Beijing. The discussion specifically refers to relations between China and the Communist parties of Albania, Romania, Australia, France, Italy, and New Zealand. The document also assesses the situation in Anwar el-Sadat's Egypt, in Hafez al-Assad's Syria, in Iraq, and in Yemen, the main idea being that the Socialist countries should support the development of progressive Arabic states.

  • May 21, 1973

    Sixth Interkit Meeting, Record of Meetings with Oleg Rakhmanin and Konstantin Katushev

    These are the records of two meetings on the occasion of the Sixth Interkit Meeting. The first of these involves a member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU), Oleg Rakhmanin, while the second is a meeting with the secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU, Konstantin Katushev. Both address relations between China and the Soviet Union. The documents discuss the Sino-Soviet border clashes, the Soviet security policy in the Far East and Siberia, and the position of countries such as Yugoslavia, Romania, and Albania, as well as the critical situation in Vietnam and Cambodia.

  • May 22, 1973

    Hungarian Politburo Resolution on Fight against 'Hostile Propaganda'

  • May 22, 1973

    Hungarian Central Committee Report on Fight against 'Hostile Propaganda'

    This Central Committee report to the Hungarian Politburo reviews efforts of Party and government organs to analyze Western broadcasting and other information programs targeted on Hungary. The report indicates the extent of the resources devoted to analyzing "hostile" information programs, criticizes as inadequate the efforts to counter "hostile propaganda" claiming to "improve socialism," and urges better coordination of counterpropaganda. The resolution of the Politburo accepting the report follows. This resolution, adopted on May 22, 1973, was declared invalid ten years later by a resolution made on October 11, 1983.

  • May 23, 1973

    Letters between Shail Upadhya and C.V. Narasimhan

    Upadhya sends a report to Narasimhan on ROK's reaction to DPRK's admission to WHO.

  • May 25, 1973

    COSVN Party Current Affairs Committee Issues Information Bulletin No. 06/TT 73 on the Le Duc Tho-Kissinger Talks (17 to 22 May 1973)

    The COSVN Party Current Affairs Committee report on steps to be taken against the United States.