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April 18, 1967

Telegram from Pyongyang to Bucharest, No.76137, TOP SECRET, April 18, 1967

The remarks of a Vietnamese diplomat on the incidents between South and North Korea, who explains that the South and North exploit tensions for their own political agendas.

April 15, 1967

Telegram from Pyongyang to Bucharest, No.76.134, TOP SECRET, April 15, 1967

An analysis of the causes of the incidents on the 38th parallel by delegates to the Neutral Nations Supervisory Comission.

April 14, 1967

Telegram from Pyongyang to Bucharest, No.73.130, TOP SECRET, April 14, 1967

A report on the tensions provoked resulting from incidents near the 38th parallel.

August 19, 1957

Journal of Soviet Ambassador to the DPRK A.M. Puzanov for 19 August 1957

Kim Il Sung and Puzanov discuss the possibility of Korean citizens in Japan studying in DPRK higher education institutions, matters of the DPRK's draft five-year plan and terms of trade between the Soviet Union and North Korea, factionalist activities against the KWP leadership and DPRK government, and South Korean insurgency against North Korea leading up to DPRK elections.

January 7, 1951

Report on the War and Political Situation in Korea

Dodin reports on the Korean War in regards to its economic and political impact in North Korea.

June 30, 1950

Telegram, Shtykov to Cde. Gromyko

A report from the Korean People's Army on events in the Korean War from June 25 through June 30, 1950.

May 6, 1950

Cable, A. Ignat'yev to Cde. Gromyko, 'The Partisan Movement in South Korea'

Ignatyev discusses the partisan movement in the rural areas of South Korea.

April 10, 1950

Ciphered telegram, Soviet Representative Aleksei Ignatieff in Pyongyang to Vyshinsky

In a discussion between Mao Zedong and Ri Ju-yeon, Mao expresses a positive attitude toward China-North Korea relations, though indicates he is unaware that Kim Il Sung was then in the Soviet Union.

July 1, 1950

Ciphered Telegram No. 34691 from Feng Xi [Stalin] to Soviet Ambassador in Pyongyang Shtykov

Reply from Stalin to Shtykov's telegram of July 1, 1950. Requests additional information on KPA plans and reaction to American internvention. Informs of intent to meet requests by Kim Il Sung for additional war materiel.

July 1, 1950

Ciphered telegram, Shtykov to Stalin on the Political Mood in North Korea

Telegram from Shtykov to Stalin (copied to the Soviet leadership) describing the successes of KPA forces in the South. He also relays the concern of some of the DPRK cadre regarding American intervention.