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October 7, 1977

Report on Visits to the Mongolian People's Republic and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea

In September 1977, W. Jaruzelski  visited Mongolia and the DPRK. While in North Korea, Jaruzelski met with President Kim Il Sung and the Minister of National Defense O Jin U.  Although Jaruzelski did make several critical comments about the DPRK in his secret post-trip report, he still spoke in highly favorable terms about the country and generally recommended that Poland strengthen its relations with North Korea. 

Jaruzelsk's report also includes commentary on China's relations with both Mongolia and the DPRK.

August 23, 1988

Letter, Acting Minister of State Security of the DPRK Kim Yong-ryong to Comrade Czesław Kiszczak, Minister of Internal Affairs

Kim Yong-ryong asks whether the North Korean Ministry of State Security may send specialists to Poland for counterintelligence training ahead of the 13th World Youth and Students Festival.

June 27, 1966

Excerpt from a Conversation between Zhou Enlai and Albanian Party Leaders, 27 June 1966

Zhou Enlai, Enver Hoxha, and Mehmet Shehu have a detailed conversation about high-level purges in the Chinese Communist Party. Zhou also discusses China's difficult relations with North Korea and the Vietnam War.

September 9, 1978

Cvijetin Mijatović’s Conversation with Kim Il Sung on September 9, 1978

Kim Il Sung discusses new developments in inter-Korean relations and his views on the Non-Aligned Movement.

August 1, 1976

Message from the President of the DPR Korea, Kim Il Sung, to the President of the [Socialist Federal] Republic [of Yugoslavia], Josip Broz Tito

Kim expresses regret that he could not attend the Non-Aligned Movement summit in Colombo. He notes that the Prime Minister, Pak Seong-cheol, will attend in his place. Elsewhere, he discusses the political situation in South Korea, and the work of the summit.

November 25, 1958

Conversation from [Mao Zedong's] Audience with Kim Il Sung

Mao discusses the consolidation of mainland China and the need to defeat imperialism.

June 30, 1950

Cable No. 405743, Shtykov to Stalin

North Korea requests supplies and weapons from the Soviet Union.

November 16, 1979

Letter, Kim Il Sung to Josip Broz Tito

Kim Il Sung discusses South Korean leader Park Chung Hee, as well as the revolt in Busan and Masan on the 19th April 1960 and the uprising that broke out in October. Elsewhere, Kim discusses policy towards the US and South Korea regarding the resolution of the unification issue, and of the DPRK’s proposal for a peaceful solution. He thanks Tito for his active support and solidarity towards the DPRK.

August 23, 1979

Letter, Josip Broz Tito to Kim Il Sung

Tito strongly suggests the socialist countries should achieve unity. He also discussed a letter from US Secretary States Vance concerning a trilateral dialogue between the U.S., South Korea, and the DPRK.

July 18, 1979

Letter, Kim Il Sung to Josip Broz Tito

Kim Il Sung concluded that trilateral talks with US, South Korea, and North Korea is an unrealistic solution for Korean reunification. He underlined that a true dialogue in regards of Korea issues has to come through the United States.

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