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April 18, 2001

A record of a meeting between Liberian parliament president and Saddam

This file is a transcription of a meeting between the Liberian parliament speaker and Saddam Hussein The leaders talk about world, regional, and political issues. Specifically, they discuss the Western powers' attempt to sanction Liberia for diamond smuggling from Sierra Leone.

May 31, 1968

Compilation of Comments on the Treaty of Tlatelolco Formulated during the General Debate of the First Committee on the Topic of the Non-proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (Excluding Those of the Representative of Mexico...)

This memorandum is a compendium of comments about the Treaty of Tlatelolco made by different delegations at the UN. It includes statements by the delegates from the United States, Brazil, Ireland, Ethiopia, Austria, Italy, Pakistan, El Salvador, Mauritania, Iraq, Greece, Spain, Tanzania, Zambia, the Netherlands, Argentina, Venezuela, Sierra Leone, Canada, Jordan, Ecuador, Guyana, Colombia, Malta, Panama, Bolivia, Costa Rica, and Peru, in that order.

July 21, 1990

National Intelligence Daily for Saturday, 21 July 1990

The CIA’s National Intelligence Daily for 21 July 1990 describes the latest developments in Iraq, Liberia, Koreas, the Soviet Union, Romania, Bulgaria and Panama.

August 28, 1972

Report from Szüts Pál, 'Visit of Kim Yun-gil, the first secretary of the DPRK'

A report by Szutes Pal on the upcoming negotiations between the two Korean Red Cross organizations in Pyongyang.

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.

February 4, 1972

Report by Dr. Pataki János, 'The visit of Korean councilor Ahn Gi-son'

A report from Dr.Pataki Janos on the visit of North Korean councilor Ahn Gi-Son, and their discussion of North Korea’s views on various UN issues.