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January 7, 1959

Code Message No. 234 from Ambassador Szymanowski in Stockholm to Birecki

The ambassador in Sweden recounts his conversation with Astrom, director of the political department of the Swedish MoFA. Astrom mentions his desire to prevent the Plan from becoming overwhelmed amidst the Germany debate, along with his desire that negotiations do not take place with the Soviets.

November 27, 1958

Code Message No. 15023 from Ambassador Szymanowski in Stockholm to Birecki

The ambassador in Sweden reports on a conversation with Unden, the Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs. Sweden has some interest in the Plan in its new form, but not directly. Unden is worried about the FRG posing as an obstacle to the Plan.

June 5, 1958

Code Message No. 7163 from Ambassador Szymanowski in Stockholm to Birecki

Szymanowski presents the Swedish position on the Rapacki Plan, which is in support of further discussion with the great powers. He also discusses Swedish foreign policy on the German question, nuclear weapons development, and Swedish domestic politics.

March 28, 1958

Code Message No. 3794 from Ambassador Pietkiewicz in Helsinki to Ogrodziński and Birecki

Ambassador Pietkiewicz writes to Ogrodziński and Birecki to inform them about the stance of Scandinavian countries towards the Rapacki Plan. Representatives from Sweden, Norway, and Finland expressed support and were interested in more information or further discussion on the matter.

January 7, 1958

Code Message No. 337 from Deputy Minister Nazkowski to Szymanowski (Stockholm)

Deputy Minister Marian Naszkowski offers guidance for swaying public opinion in Sweden in favor of the Rapacki plan.