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March 22, 1948

Report on the Marshall Plan by M. Cristian and I. Nitescu

An analytical report written by internal analysts from the Romanian Foreign Ministry, M. Cristian and I. Nitescu, in 22 March 1948 to estimate the evolution and impact of the Marshall Plan.

September 2, 1947

Confidential Report No. 6594 from the Romanian Ambassador in Moscow to the Foreign Minister

A 25-page report sent by the Romanian Ambassador in Moscow, Iorgu Iordan, regarding Soviet perceptions of the Marshall Plan and a synthesis of life in Soviet Union as reflected in the media.

July 8, 1947

Telegram No. 964 from the Romanian Ambassador in Oslo, 'Norway and the Marshall Plan'

Telegram no. 964 sent by the Romanian Ambassador in Oslo, on 8 July, 1947, regarding the concerns of Norwegian politicians who believed that Marshall Plan would influence Norwegian sovereignty.

July 17, 1947

Telegram No. 381 from Charge d’affairs Totescu, Romanian Legation in Portugal, to the Foreign Minister

Telegram no. 381 from 17 July, sent by the Charge d’ affairs Totescu from the Romanian Legation in Portugal, explaining the reasons why Portugal accepted the ERP 

July 30, 1947

Telegram No. 475 from Minister A. Barcianu to Vice-President of Council of Ministers and Foreign Minister Gheorghe Tatarescu

Telegram no.475 from 30 July sent by the Romanian Ambassador in Sofia, explaining the refusal of Marshall Plan by Bulgaria 

July 12, 1947

Letter, Foreign Minister Tatatescu to Counselor Melbourne, ad interim Political Representative of the United States in Romania

Letter signed by Minister Tatarescu on July 12 in response to Roy M. Melbourne, the US Representative of Legation, who sent to the Romanian Government a Note of Protest on 24 June, 1947, regarding deprivation of civil liberties, arbitrary arrests and detention of hundreds of opposition parties.

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 7, 1947

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

A message from the British Representative, Adrian Holman, addressed on July 7 to Minister Tatarescu as “personal and confidential." In five points, Holman essentially offer a rebuttal of Soviet criticisms to Marshall Plan.

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 5, 1947

Telegram 1084/P sent by Romanian Ambassador Raiciu in Warsaw, Poland

A telegram regarding the Polish attitude towards the Marshall Plan. The author explains that Poland would like to take part in reconstruction of Europe, but believes a priority should have been given to the countries affected direct by the German occupation.

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