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June 1989

Report from Roman Misztal to Citizen General [W. Jaruzelski]

Chief of General Staff of the Polish Army Gen. Józef Użycki rejects the use of Polish officers at the NNSC to perform certain intelligence tasks in favor of the DPRK, but agrees to cooperate with North Korea in other areas.


Memorandum on Studies of Employees of the Ministry of Public Security of the DPRK at the Main School of Fire Service (SGSP)

A Polish report on the often difficult experience of several North Koreans at the Main School of Fire Service in Warsaw.

April 3, 1990

Letter, Embassy of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in Poland to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Poland

The North Korean Embassy informs Poland's Ministry of Internal Affairs that a five-member delegation from the Ministry of Public Security would visit and they were interested in the functioning of the PESEL system and the application of computers in its operations.

December 1985

Memorandum on Cooperation between the Ministry of Public Security and the Ministry of State Security of the DPRK and the Ministry of Interior of the People’s Republic of Poland

An overview of exchanges between the DPRK and Poland and Polish assistance rendered to North Korea in the areas of intelligence and internal security from 1983-1985.

August 23, 1988

Letter, Acting Minister of State Security of the DPRK Kim Yong-ryong to Comrade Czesław Kiszczak, Minister of Internal Affairs

Kim Yong-ryong asks whether the North Korean Ministry of State Security may send specialists to Poland for counterintelligence training ahead of the 13th World Youth and Students Festival.

March 17, 1989

Memorandum from Cpt. Roman Dziedziejko [on a Meeting with Ri Man-sik]

Roman Dziedziejko reports that a delegation from the DPRK Ministry of State Security will come to Poland (as well as East Germany and Bulgaria) for counterintelligence training.

April 12, 1989

Letter, Czesław Żmuda to Czesław Kiszczak [on DPRK Ministry of State Security Requests for Technical and Material Assistance]

Czesław Żmuda reports on requests for assistance from North Korea's Ministry of State Security.


Rules of Procedures Governing Explanations and Interviews by Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission

In 1953 the Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission was created in order to deal with the repatriation of thousands of prisoners of war. For those POWs who wished to not to repatriate, a series of explanations and interviews were held in order to allow them to choose their side in a neutral setting. This is a list of the general provisions of the commission which clarifies and explains who, how, and where these interviews would be held.

May 4, 1960

South Africa Department of Foreign Affairs, 'Proposed Application to United States for Assistance in Meeting Costs of Research Reactor in Western Province'

Discusses how South Africa should go about applying to the United States for financial assistance for the building of a research reactor in the Western Province, under President Eisenhower's 'Atoms for Peace' program.

October 8, 1957

Journal of Soviet Ambassador to the DPRK A.M. Puzanov for 8-11 October 1957

Puzanov describes a visit to Kangwon and the ongoing reconstruction efforts in that province. Puzanov also comments on Ri Sang-jo's expulsion from the KWP.