2 edition of Statement of the Soviet Government, Sept. 21, 1963. found in the catalog.
Statement of the Soviet Government, Sept. 21, 1963.
|LC Classifications||DK68.7.C5 A513|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||63022725|
Mar 12, · The Soviet delegate at the Geneva nuclear talks read this statement into the record at the th meeting on 9 September and then pressed for a communiqué stating that the conference had suspended its work, with no reference to a US-UK proposal to state that the talks had recessed until after the UN General Assembly debate. September 21, An inter-agency report on Soviet nuclear capabilities, National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) /, is disseminated within the government. The NIE and later intelligence reports show for the first time that the Soviet ICBM program is far behind previous U.S. estimates.
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Add tags for Statement of the Soviet Government of the Soviet Government, Sept. 21, Reply to a statement of a Chinese Government spokesman, Sept. 1, ". Reply to a statement of a Chinese Government spokesman, Sept. 1, ". Soviet Union. OCLC Number: Notes: "Full text of the statement issued by the Soviet Government on September 21st,replying to the Chinese Government statement of September 1st." Description: 35 pages 22 cm.
Series Title: Soviet booklet, no. Other Titles: Zai︠a︡vlenie Sovetskogo provitelʹstva. sent., MOSCOW, Saturday, Sept. 21 --In a formal statement today the Soviet Government rejected as "absurd" Chinese Communist charges that in signing the testban treaty Moscow. The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was established in Russia, and in most of the oppressed nations that had been ruled by the Tsar, after the victory of the great Bolshevik Revolution led by Lenin.
The September 1 Statement of the Spokesman of the Chinese Govern— ment carried in the Hsinhua Russian bulletin was a reply to the August 21 Statement of the Soviet Government. Since the Soviet Government had wantonly distorted and vilified the Chinese Government's correct position on the tripartite partial nuclear test.
Report and Request for Instructions on the Reply to the Memorandum Submitted by the Government of the Soviet Union on the Massive Illegal Exodus of Residents from Xinjiang dated 9 August Sept.
21 Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs delivers a draft reply to a Soviet Union memorandum, as requested by Zhou, regarding illegal border crossings. As you know, Mr. Romanovsky continued, the Soviet Union stands for further development of exchanges, and proposes negotiations for a new exchanges agreement to cover ; we know from your statements that you agree.
Taking into consideration the established scientific, technical and cultural relations between our countries, the Soviet. ), p. The book is a collection of important dOClwents in the Sino-Soviet conflict. (9) Ibid., p. (10) V. Krishna Menon reacted on the same day on which the state ment appeared in the Indian press.
Speaking about it on 10 September, he welcomed the Tass statement and said that the. Government statement of September 21 that their stand on the Sino-Indian boundary question has been consist ently correct since while China's stand has been wrong; it has, therefore, become necessary to show how.
This incident led to a vigorous protest by the British Government on August 21,requesting an apology and return of the persons taken prisoners. In sum, it is not the United States, but the behavior of the Castro regime that is to blame for the difficulties in the Caribbean area.
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Sep 07, · The Tass statement published on Sept. 2 of this year on instruction of the Soviet Government already reported the rude violation of the state frontiers of the Soviet Union by a plane which on the night of Aug. Sept. 1 intruded into the airspace of the U.S.S.R.
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“As early as Aug. 22 and Sept. 21, ,” the statement continued, “the Chinese Government twice took the initiative in proposing to the Soviet Government that negotiations be held.
Furthermore, on Aug. 23,the Chinese Government put forward to the Soviet Government a six-point proposal for.
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