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February 23, 1998

Meeting of Mr. President with members of the Iraqi government regarding the embargo, sanctions, and other matters

This audio file contains a meeting between Saddam Hussein and Iraqi officials on the topic of the embargo. They first discussed "the devilish British acts" around the world, especially in third world countries and the Arab countries. After the collapse of the British Empire, a new evil rose up and that is the United States. The Iraqi government decided to open all the sites to the UN inspectors who were selected by the UN General Secretary, who was pleased by the cooperation of Iraq for the first time. The reason for cooperation is that they are serious in having the embargo removing and proving to the world that they are innocent form the US and British pretexts. They talked about the countries that stood up beside Iraq at the UN, and the reasons for that are the four million tons of oil they gave to Russia and the two million tons they gave to France. The personnel present for this meeting were Saddam Hussein, Tariq 'Aziz, Dr. Sa'dun Hammadi, the Foreigner Minister, "Izzat Al‐Duri and others.

Date unknown

Meeting between Saddam Hussein and the Council of Ministers regarding Russia, France, and Arab countries' positions toward sanctions

Contains discussions between Saddam Hussein and the Council of Ministers regarding the Russian, Chinese and French positions regarding the sanctions on Iraq.

1990

National Command Meeting with Saddam Hussein

This file contains a National Command meeting presided over by Saddam Hussein. The attendees discuss the Baath party and its role in national development, the relationship between the Arab countries and Europe, and the international balance of power following the Cold War.

November 2, 1992

Letter, Pak Dong Tchoun, the DPRK Representative in Paris, to Davies, Head of East Asia in FCO in London

A letter, in French, from Pak Dong Tehoun, the DPRK representative in Paris, to H. Davies, the head of the Far Eastern section of the FCO.

August 1, 1958

Second Conversation of N.S. Khrushchev with Mao Zedong, August 1, 1958, in Zhongnanhai

On this second day of the talks, international affairs were the main topic of conversation. From the Soviet record, which like those of the first and the next discussion, was made by Fedorenko and the third secretary of the USSR Ministry of Foreign Affairs Anatolii I. Filyov, it is evident that the atmosphere was fully relaxed, anti-imperialism brought the communist leaders together. Both hated America, Great Britain, France, West Germany, Japan, and their leaders. They discussed the situation in the Near East in detail and were heartened by the victory of leftist forces in Iraq. They joked a lot. And only at the end did Mao lightly touch upon his claims to Khrushchev, who at once reminded the Chinese leader of the Soviet advisors. It was obvious that this question continued to bother him, and Khrushchev exacerbated his grievance.

July 9, 1947

Letter from the Vice-President of Council of Ministers and Foreign Minister to Mr. Jean Paul Boncour

Letter of Foreign Minister Tatarescu sent on July 9 in response to the British and French letters of invitation, declining the participation to the ERP conference in Paris from July 12 

July 4, 1947

Letter, Office of the British Political Representative, Bucharest, to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, M. Gh. Tatarescu

A Romanian translation of the Letter of invitation sent by the Office of the British Political Representative in Bucharest

July 4, 1947

Letter, French Legation in Romania to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, M. Gh. Tatarescu

A letter of invitation from the French Legation in Romania addressed to Minister Tatarescu to invite the Romanian Government to the conference in July 12 in Paris.

July 4, 1947

Letter, Office of the British Political Representative, Bucharest, to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, M. Gh. Tatarescu

A letter of invitation sent by the Office of the British Political Representative in Bucharest, Adrian Holman, on behalf of both British and French Governments,addressed to the Romanian Government (via Foreign Minister Tatarescu) to participate to the Conference on ERP in Paris, on July 12, 1947.

July 4, 1947

Telegram No. 577 from the French Legation to Romanian Foreign Minister Tatarescu

The French Legation in Romania explains the Marshall Plan.

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