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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 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.

June 25, 1947

Telegram No. 4556 from the Romanian Ambassador in Moscow, Iorgu Iordan, addressed to Foreign Minister Tatarescu

Ambassador Iorgu Iordan explains the attitude of Soviet Union towards the Marshall Plan, based on an analysis of the Soviet press.

July 5, 1947

Telegram from the Soviet MFA addressed to Romanian Foreign Minister Tatarescu

This telegram from the Foreign Minister of USSR to the Vice-President of Council of Ministers and Foreign Minister Tatarescu informs the Romanian Government why the USSR has rejected the Marshall Plan.

July 13, 1992

The Chancellor's [Helmut Kohl's] Meeting with Italian Prime Minister Amato at the "Four Seasons" Hotel in Munich, 5 July 1992, 16.00-17.00 hours

Kohl and Amato reason about the best ways of financial assistance for Russia. They do not yet want to include Russia in the World Economic Summits on a permanent basis. There is consensus that the door for Russia must remain open, however.

July 24, 1991

The Chancellor's [Helmut Kohl's] Meeting with American President Bush During Breakfast on Monday, 15 July 1991, in London

Kohl and Bush debate NATO's reform, NATO's forthcoming summit and France's international role as well as economic assistance for the Soviet Union and the relevance of the London World Economic Summit.

July 8, 1991

The Chancellor's [Helmut Kohl's] Meeting with Soviet President Gorbachev on Friday, 5 July 1991, in Meseroye near Kiev

Kohl and Gorbachev confer on the state of reforms in the Soviet Union, Western financial assistance and preparations for Gorbachev's participation in the World Economic Summit in London later in July. In addition, they discuss European security, EC enlargement and the potential enlargement of NATO.

November 13, 1990

The Chancellor's [Helmut Kohl's] Meeting with Soviet President M.S. Gorbachev on 9 November 1990, 3:15 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Federal Chancellery

Kohl and Gorbachev review the state of bilateral relations, the Gulf crisis and the situation in the Soviet Union, especially with regards to Gorbachev's perestroika and glasnost and the Soviet Union's economic reforms. They discuss Western economic assistance and food supplies for the Soviet Union as well.

October 15, 2020

Interview with Eran Lerman

Eran Lerman is a former Israeli intelligence officer. He served as a member of the Israeli delegation to ACRS.