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  • March 15, 1972

    Telegram from the Romanian Embassy in Vienna to Director Virgil Constantinescu

    Regarding the safeguards agreement between the IAEA, the US, and Taiwan for civil uses of atomic energy.

  • March 16, 1972

    A letter to Ambassador Sebestyen Jeno from Kadas Istvan, with attchment of 'Korean opinion on various current issues'

    A letter to Ambassador Sebestyen Jeno from Kadas Istvan, which indicates that Etra Sandor’s report on North Korea was attached.  

  • March 16, 1972

    Preliminary Meeting between Delegates of North and South Korea Discussing Official Visits and Laying the Groundwork for a Meeting between High-Ranking Officials

    The North presses for Jang Gi-yeong to visit earlier, while announcing that Kim Yeong-ju agrees with the suggestion to meet with Lee Hu-rak.

  • March 17, 1972

    Preliminary Meeting between Kim Deok-hyun and Jeong Hong-jin

    South Korea suggests that the delgates of North and South Korea, respectively Kim Deok-hyun and Jeong Hong-jin, visit each respective capitol in order to make arrangements for a high-level meeting between Lee Hu-rak and Kim Yeong-ju

  • March 17, 1972

    Protocols of the Talks between the Mongolian and the North Korean Government Delegations

    Officials of the Mongolian People's Republic and the North Korea discuss North Korea's view on inter-Korean relations regarding reunification, the Park Chung Hee regime in South Korea, and their diplomatic orientation toward other socialist states.

  • March 20, 1972

    Report from Dr. Pataki János, 'The visit of DPRK ambassador Pak Gyeong-sun'

    A report by Dr. Pataki Janos on a conversation with North Korean ambassador Pak Gyeong-sun, discussing Korean reunification and the invitation of some UN Representatives from Africa to North Korea.

  • March 24, 1972

    State Department Cable 50634 to US Embassy Canada, 'Indian Nuclear Intentions'

    Further discussions with the Canadian embassy counselor disclosed Ottawa’s view that it had no evidence of Indian intentions to test a nuclear weapon or a PNE. The Indians were “leaving their options open.” If they decided to test, however, it would be “impossible” for them to move forward “without revealing some indication of their intentions.”

  • March 28, 1972

    Conversation with Kim Yeong-ju (1)

    Jeong Hong-jin meets with Kim Yeong-ju and delivers a message to him from Lee Hu-rak, who expresses that he must meet with Kim as soon as possible in order to bring about peaceful unification and the exchange of material and human resources that will facilitate this. In response, Kim Yeong-ju delivers his own message focusing specifically on mutual distrust, political differences, and the need to pool economic resources.

  • March 30, 1972

    Report from Csatorday Károly, 'The visit of DPRK ambassador Pak Gyeong-sun'

    A report by Csatorday Karoly on the visit of North Korean ambassador Pak Gyeong-sun, in which they discussed inviting three UN representatives from Africa to North Korea.

  • March 30, 1972

    Telegram from the Japanese Ambassador in Korea to the Minister for Foreign Affairs, 'Observations on the Management of North Korea Issues (I)'

    The Japanese Ambassador in South Korea considers Japan's policies toward the Korean Peninsula in light of the US-China and Japan-China openings.

  • March 31, 1972

    Conversation with Kim Yeong-ju (2)

    Kim Yeong-ju delivers a final message to Lee Hu-rak in which he requests him to visit on April 12th, prior to a public proposal he is to make. Also, he discusses a like visit of Kim Deok-hyeon to the South, though he leaves the date of his visit to be discussed later

  • April 01, 1972

    Report by Historical Division, Ministry of External Relations on the Indian Ocean

    History of control of the Indian Ocean and possible status as a nuclear-free zone.

  • April 03, 1972

    Note regarding the Personal Conversation that took place between Nicolae Ceausescu and Anwar El-Sadat, Monday, 3 April 1972, in Cairo

    Nicolae Ceausescu and Anwar El-Sadat discuss foreign policy with relation to Israel, the United States, and the USSR. Sadat discusses future relations with Israel and strategic closure of the Suez Canal.

  • April 05, 1972

    Minutes of Conversation between Comrade Nicolae Ceaușescu and the President of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization, Yasser Arafat, in Cairo, April 5 1972

    Nicolae Ceaușescu and Yasir Arafat discuss the struggles of Palestine and goals in regards to Israel.

  • April 06, 1972

    Minutes of Conversation of the Seperate Discussion between Nicolae Ceausescu and Anwar El-Sadat, in Cairo, 6 April 1972 [Excerpts]

    Nicolae Ceausescu and Anwar El-Sadat discuss Egypt's relations with Israel and the new boundaries of Israeli and Arab lands.

  • April 07, 1972

    State Department cable 59655 to US Embassy United Kingdom, 'Indian Nuclear Intentions'

    The British Government took the same view as the Canadians, seeing no evidence that the Indians had made a decision to do a nuclear test, although they had the “capability.”

  • April 10, 1972

    Note attached to 'Korean opinion on various current issues'

    A note attached to the report by Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, confirming the recipients of the copies of the report.

  • April 10, 1972

    A letter to Komocsin Zoltan from Kadas Istvan, with attachment of 'Korean opinion on various current issues'

    A letter to Komocsin Zoltan from Kadas Istvan, which indicates that Etra Sandor’s report on North Korea was attached to a letter.

  • April 10, 1972

    Minutes of Conversation between Nicolae Ceaușescu and Abbas Massoudi, Vice-President of the Majlis, Bucharest

    Describes the conversation between Nicolae Ceaușescu and Abbas Massoudi, Vice-President of the Majlis, regarding the current situation in the Arab-Israeli conflict. Conclusion was that Egypt is ready to sign a treaty, but Israel has not welcomed any recent proposals. Both agreed that it is important for international community to help find solution to conflict.

  • April 11, 1972

    Cable from the President of Brazil of the National Commission of Nuclear Energy to the Secretary-General Confirming the Arrival of Dr. Klaus Scharmer of the Jülich Research Center

    This document was sent to the Secretary-General, confirming the arrival of Dr. Klaus Scharmer to Brazil. Dr. Klaus Scharmer was the head of the International Bureau of the Nuclear Center of Jülich, and his visit was part of an exchange program between Brazilian institutions and universities and the research center. Dr. Scharmer came to Brazil to discuss the implementation of the Special Agreement between CNPq and KFA, in addition to an analogous CNEN-KFA agreement. Dr. Scharmer toured nuclear research institutions in Belo Horizonte, Sãp Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.