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divisions on your front could fully satisfy of an armistice to Comrade GAO GANG in the Korean army and Chinese volunteer troops the needs of the front. According to our order for him to relay it to you and receive must occupy a defensive position for the next information your pilots are already ready to instructions from you. I won't write about it two months. fly. It is necessary to put them into battle in detail here.

It is better to act in this way: more quickly, so that they will be not paper Comrade PENG DEHUAI very much 1. To wait for the enemy to make an pilots, but battle pilots. We trained our pilots needs Soviet advisers on strategy and tactics. for action at the front in five months. Seven It would be desirable if you could send them 2. It is hoped that, on the basis of the to eight months of training is fully sufficient as soon as possible.

statement of [State Department official onfor the Chinese pilots. We consider this to be With regard to the participation of eight leave George F.] Kennan, the Soviet govern

] the main question now for your front. fighter divisions in battles, in accordance ment would make an inquiry to the American

After the end of the conversation we with your advice, I gave an order to the government about an armistice. received information that the Anglo-Ameri- General Staff to draw up a plan. In addition, It is possible to bring this about in two cans intend to appeal soon to you and to the I gave an order to Comrade PENG DEHUAI ways simultaneously, which are that from Koreans in the name of the sixteen nations that our troops firmly hold the line of defense

one side the Soviet government makes an fighting against Korea with a proposal about at the second and third defensive lines and inquiry, and from the other—if the enemy an armistice. But before making this pro- create a new defensive line.

puts forth the question of an armistice, then posal they want to strike a blow against our The position at the front in June will be Korea and China will express their agreetroops. It is possible that these are merely such that our forces will be comparatively ment to this. We ask you to share opinions rumors, but it is fully possible and probable weaker than those of the enemy. In July we about which is more advisable and decide that these are not merely rumors, but corre- will be stronger than in June and in August we with Comrade Filippov. sponds to reality. We therefore advise you to will be even stronger. We will be ready in 3. Conditions for the armistice: restorahold tight the line of defense and not allow August to make a stronger blow to the enemy. tion of the border at the 38th parallel; to the enemy to advance.

MAO ZEDONG

apportion from both North Korea and South FILIPPOV (Stalin)."

13.6.51"

Korea an insignificant strip [to serve) as a For Roshchin.

ROSHCHIN

neutral zone. A proposal that the neutral We ask you to familiarize Krasovsky No. 2974

zone come only from the territory of North with this telegram. We are sending him a 13.6.51

Korea will by no means be accepted. North special directive.

and South Korea (should not] interfere with FILIPPOV

(Source: APRF, Fond 45, Opis 1, Delo 339, one another. No. 302/sh

Listy 55-56; and AVPRF, Fond 059a, Opis As concerns the question of the entrance 5a, Papka 11, List 34)

of China into the UN, we consider that it is (Source: APRF, Fond 45, Opis 1, Delo 339,

possible not to raise this question as a condiListy 31-32 and AVPRF, Fond 059a, Opis 71. 14 June 1951, handwritten letter from tion, since China can refer to the fact that the 5a, Delo 5, Papka 11, Listy 31-32]

Gao Gang and Kim Il Sung to Stalin, with UN has in fact become an instrument of

13 June 1951 handwritten letter from Mao aggression, and therefore China does not at 70.13 June 1951, ciphered telegram, Mao Zedong to Gao Gang and Kim Il Sung the present time attach a special significance Zedong to Filippov (Stalin) via Roshchin

to the question of entrance into the UN. To Comrade Stalin, I.V.

You must think about whether it is worth SECOND MAIN ADMINISTRATION OF We have received a reply telegram from raising the question of Taiwan as a condition. THE GENERAL STAFF OF THE SOVIET Comrade Mao Zedong. We ask you to re- In order to bargain with them, we consider ARMY

ceive it and if time allows also to receive us that this question should be raised. CIPHERED TELEGRAM No. 20772 today. We very much ask you to show us such If America firmly insists that the quesCopies: Stalin (2)

a high honor. Then we will have the possibil- tion of Taiwan be resolved separately, then From BEIJING Received 19:55 ity to depart tomorrow to resolve all the we will make a corresponding concession. 13.June. 1951

questions in accordance with your instruc- In the interests of the cause of peace we Series "G" T tions.

will resolve first of all the question of Korea. To Comrade FILIPPOV (Stalin) With communist greetings!

I ask you to appeal to Comrade Filippov and To my (telegram] No. 2967 (vkh. No.

Gao Gang

to receive orders from him. 20757).

Kim Il Sung

4. We have ordered Deng Hua and the 13.6.51 at 22:00 Beijing time I received 14 June 1951

commander of the armies of the 13th army the following telegram addressed to you (attached handwritten letter).

group immediately to return to the front and from MAO ZEDONG.

"To Comrades Gao Gang and Kim Il Sung: to hold firmly the present line of the front. In "To Comrade FILIPPOV.

I received your telegram of 13 June. June and July preparations will be carried out I received your telegram of 13 June. Concerning how to raise the question of intensively. In August we will carry out a

Today I received a telegram from Com- negotiations about an armistice, we consider larger operation. If the enemy does not make rades GAO GANG and KIM IL SUNG. I it inadvisable for Korea and China them- a large-scale amphibious landing in our rear, communicated our opinion on the question selves to advance this question today, since

selves to advance this question today, since then our goal can be achieved. If the enemy

does not send new reinforcements to Korea negotiations fully in accordance with your Filippov (Stalin) to Mao Zedong
and does not make an amphibious landing, opinion.
then in August we will be significantly stron- 3. According a telegram received from

CIPHERED TELEGRAM ger than now.

Comrade Siu Sian-tsian after his preliminary BEIJING - Comrade KRASOVSKY 5. Right now we are planning the trans- negotiations with representatives of the So

For Comrade MAO ZEDONG fer of our aviation units to the front.

viet General Staff, of the total quantity of We received your telegram of June 21. Mao Zedong

arms for sixty divisions according to the 1. You must already know from [Soviet 13.6.51"

calculation of the Soviet General Staff, arms ambassador to the UN Jacob) Malik's speech

for only sixteen divisions will be delivered that our promise about raising the question of (Source: APRF, Fond 45, Opis 1, Delo 339, this year (including for three Korean (divi- an armistice has already been fulfilled by us. Listy 57-60 and AVPRF, Fond 059a, Opis sions]), and arms for the remaining forty. It is possible that the matter of an armistice 5a, Delo 5, Papka 11, Listy 35-37]

four divisions will be delivered in 1952- will move forward.

1953. This is in contradiction to the needs 2. As concerns arms for 60 divisions 72. 21 June 1951, ciphered telegram, Mao and time frame of the Korean theater of then I must say to you directly that to fulfill Zedong to Filippov (Stalin) military operations.

this application in the course of a single year

4. For the goal of satisfying the urgent is physically impossible and altogether unSECOND MAIN ADMINISTRATION OF needs of the Korean theater of military op- thinkable. Our production and military speTHE GENERAL STAFF OF THE SOVIET erations, I ask you to study the applications

erations, I ask you to study the applications cialists consider it completely impossible to ARMY

transmitted by Comrade Gao Gang to Com- give arms for more than 10 divisions in the CIPHERED TELEGRAM No. 21039 rade Siu Sian-tsian, and explore the possibil- course of 1951. The fulfillment of the appliCopies: Stalin (2)

ity of fulfilling all deliveries of rifles, artil- cation for 60 divisions is possible, and at that From BEIJING Received 21:15

lery, tanks, airplanes, automobiles, spare parts with great difficulty, only in the course of 21.6.1951

for automobiles and GSM, medicines and 1951, 252, '53 and the first half of '54, i.e. in SERIES “G”T

other military equipment, at 1/6 (of the total] the course of three years. Such is the final To Comrade FILIPPOV (Stalin] monthly, from July to the end of the year, so opinion of our production and military speComrade FILIPPOV!

that the various military units in the Korean cialists. I have tried in every way to shorten 1. Comrade Gao Gang has returned and theater of military operations receive replen- these periods even if by a half year, but transmitted your opinion on various ques- ishment according to the presently existing unfortunately upon examination it has turned tions.

organizational structure, what is advanta- out that this is impossible. Iconsider that they are all correct and we geous for the conduct of military operations. I will communicate about all this in must do precisely thus.

5. With the availability this year of de- more detail in a separate telegram and also As regards the question of planting rub- liveries of arms according to our applica- about the staff-organizational structure of ber trees, we intend immediately to start the tions, the missing quantity of arms needed the present Chinese divisions. planning for units in accordance with the new organi

FILIPPOV [Stalin) I hope that the Soviet government will zational structure proposed by the Soviet 24 June 1951 send its representatives to assist us in formu- General Staff can be delivered in the next No. 635177 lating plans.

year. Simultaneously with this, in accor2. Our troops' eight months of experi- dance with the delivery of arms, we will (Source: APRF, Fond 45, Opis 1, Delo 339, ence in conducting war in Korea has clearly reorganize the selections for this division List 78 and AVPRF, Fond 059a, Opis 5a, shown the great difference in the equipment and in that way gradually convert the sixteen Delo 5, Papka 11, List 38) of our troops and the troops of the enemy and divisions to the new organization. the extreme necessity of improving the equip- 6. We have delayed our applications for 74. 26 June 1951, ciphered telegram, ment of our troops. This is why we commis- three months and have thus brought great Filippov (Stalin) to Krasovsky in Beijing sioned Comrade Gao Gang to appeal to you harm to ourselves. Today we suddenly have relaying telegram from Mao Zedong

. with a request about delivery to us of arms for appealed to you with such large numbers and sixteen divisions, to which you agreed. This want all this to be delivered in six months.

CIPHERED TELEGRAM is the minimal requirement of our troops in This places before you great difficulties,

BEIJING - TO KRASOVSKY Korea for the present year.

especially in the area of transport. I do not We have received the following teleUpon his return Gao Gang said that you know if this can be done. I ask you to do as gram from Mao Zedong: consider our requirements in arms for each much as is possible.

“The government of the Chinese division insufficient and proposed to

MAO ZEDONG

People's Republic intends to send fighter strengthen each division with tanks and artil- No. 3107 21.6.51

divisions armed with MIG-15s to Korea for lery.

participation in the military actions, which I consider this completely correct. This (Source: APRF, Fond 45, Opis 1, Delo 339, will be much better than sending divisions is necessary in war against imperialists. Listy 64-65)

armed with MIG-9 planes. It is therefore I already sent a telegram to Comrade Siu

necessary in the course of one and a half to Sian-tsian (with instructions) to conduct the 73. 24 June 1951, ciphered telegram, two months to retrain the 6th, 12th and 14th

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fighter divisions, which are armed with MIG- Gromyko notes that the text of the letter was 28.6.51 9s, on MIG-15s, with a calculation of send- transmitted by Soviet ambassador Razuvaev ing them to the front in September 1951. by telegraph, using the telegraph line of the (Source: APRF, Fond 45, Opis 1, Delo 339, The government of the Chinese People's Ministry of War USSR.

Listy 85-86 and AVPRF, Fond 059a, Opis Republic asks you to give an order to the

5a, Delo 5, Papka 11, Listy 40-41] Soviet comrades in China to retrain the 6th, (Source: APRF, Fond 45, Opis 1, Delo 348, 12th and 14th fighter divisions on MIG-15s Listy 34-36)

77.30 June 1951, ciphered telegram, Mao in the indicated periods.” As is obvious,

Zedong to Filippov (Stalin) transmitting Mao Zedong does not want to take MIG-9s 76. 28 June 1951, ciphered telegram, 29 June 1951 telegram from Kim Il Sung from the Chinese airports for transfer to the Krasovsky to Filippov (Stalin) transmit- to Mao front, but prefers to leave them in place, and ting 29 June 1951 telegram from Kim Il to use at the front only MIG-15 divisions. Sung to Mao

SECOND MAIN ADMINISTRATION OF Speak with Mao Zedong, and if our suppo

THE GENERAL STAFF OF THE SOVIET sition is confirmed, tell him that your people SECOND MAIN ADMINISTRATION OF ARMY will begin the retraining of Chinese pilots THE GENERAL STAFF OF THE SOVIET CIPHERED TELEGRAM No. 21336 now flying MIG-9s for flights on MIG-15s. ARMY

Copies: Stalin (2) It seems to us that this does not require two CIPHERED TELEGRAM No. 21266

From BEIJING Received 11:30 30.6.1951 months, but if the Chinese insist, then train Copies: Stalin (2)

SERIES "G"T them in the course of two months. Report From BEIJING Received 11:12 28.6.1951

To Comrade FILIPPOV (Stalin) the fulfillment.

SERIES "G"

A telegram from Comrade Kim Il Sung.
FILIPPOV (Stalin)
To Comrade FILIPPOV (Stalin)

"Comrade Mao Zedong! 26 June 1951

I report:

Malik's speech on the radio on June 23

A meeting took place 27.6.51 at 19 hours of this year aroused interest among the Ameri(Source: APRF, Fond 45, Opis 1, Delo 339, 30 minutes Beijing time.

cans in the question of the cessation of miliList 81 and AVPRF, Fond 059a, Opis 5a, In the conversation Comrade Mao tary actions in Korea. In the United Press Delo 5, Papka 11, List 39)

Zedong expressed the opinion that the 6th, report from Washington on June 28 it says:

12th and 14th fighter aviation divisions, which “Among American generals and senior of75. 26 June 1951, letter, Kim Il Sung to have been trained on MIG-9s, must retrain on ficers the hope for a cessation of military Stalin

MIG-15s before being sent to the front. The actions in Korea grows with every day. [U.S.

period of retraining was established as one Commander Matthew] Ridgway constantly Moscow, Kremlin

and a half to two months, so that these divi- maintains contact with the chief of the AmeriTO COMRADE STALIN, I.V. sions could take part in the forthcoming op- can General Staff on the question of the I am happy to inform you that despite erations in Korea.

possibility of a cessation of military actions. the complicated military situation, our Ko- To the question I raised about the con- From the reports being circulated it is rean organizations were able to secure the struction of three additional airbases for the known that as soon as Ridgway receives an fulfillment of the plan for sending to the deployment of Chinese divisions, Comrade order from the Ministry of National Defense Soviet Union lead, lead ore and lead concen- Mao Zedong answered that Nie Rongzhen in of the USA, he will enter negotiations with trate.

the name of the Prime Minister sent a tele- the commander of the North Korean troops. As of 24 June of this year, in connection gram to Comrade Kim Il Sung with a request A report about this will be made by the staff with the plan for delivery of 7,000 tons, to select a place to the south of Pyongyang of UN troops. 8,379 tons were delivered, of which 7,239 and as soon as possible build three airbases How should we relate to this? How tons were transferred to Chinese territory. there for jet planes.

should we answer, if Ridgway wants to conBy the same date we delivered 10,714 The commander of the VVS (Air Force] duct negotiations. tons of lead concentrate and 10,714 tons of of the PLA [People's Liberation Army] of I ask you urgently to communicate your enriched lead ore, of which 9,749 tons were China Liu Yalou, who was present at the concrete opinion on this question. transferred to Chinese territory. conversation, stated that they have in mind

Kim Il Sung 29.6.51” The government of the Korean People's using the MIG-9s in the future in schools and

Mao Zedong Democratic Republic will also in the future in the PVO (Anti- Aircraft Defense] system No. 3261 devote maximum attention to the matter of of the country

30.6 securing and increasing the delivery to the An order was given by me to the comSoviet Union of materials of lead content. mands of the 17th, 144th and 328th fighter (Source: APRF, Fond 45, Opis 1, Delo 339, KIM IL SUNG

aviation divisions immediately to begin re- List 92 and AVPRF, Fond 059a, Opis 5a, 26 June 1951.

training the 6th, 12th and 14th Chinese fighter Delo 4, Papka 11, List 11] Pyongyang.

aviation divisions on MIG-15 planes, accordThis copy was received July 30, 1951 bying to the confirmed program.

78. 30 June 1951, ciphered telegram, Mao diplomatic post from Pyongyang and sent to

KRASOVSKY

Zedong to Filippov (Stalin) A.N. Poskrebyshev by A. Gromyko. No. 3235

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SECOND MAIN ADMINISTRATION OF send corresponding representatives to con- 3. For the goal of securing for our repreTHE GENERAL STAFF OF THE SOVIET duct negotiations.

sentatives time for full preparation for the ARMY

As regards how to answer Ridgway, meeting it seems to me advantageous to CIPHERED TELEGRAM No. 21334 after receiving a demand from Ridgway, the name July 15 as the opening day of the Copies: Stalin (2)

contents should be discussed and an answer meeting. From BEIJING Received 11:20

formulated. What is your opinion on this 4. In light of the compressed period of 30.6.1951 question?

time and the great importance of the given SERIES “G”T

If negotiations begin, it is extremely meeting I ask you to immediately communiTo Comrade FILIPPOV (Stalin) necessary that you personally lead them, so cate with comrade Kim Il Sung, personally to

1. I have received your two telegrams that we do not find ourselves in a disadvan- lead this meeting and simultaneously to in(of 24.6.51 and 28.6.51). I fully agree with tageous position.

form me. your opinion. I send you for familiarization the tele

Mao Zedong. a) As regards the time periods for the gram of Comrade Kim Il Sung. delivery of armaments for sixteen divisions,

MAO ZEDONG

(Source: APRF, Fond 45, Opis 1, Delo 339, we should act only on the basis of the produc- No. 3260

Listy 93-94 and AVPRF, Fond 059a, Opis tive and transport possibilities of the Soviet 30.6

5a, Delo 4, Papka 11, Listy 12-13] Union, that is (we should) complete the deliveries of arms for sixteen divisions in the (Source: APRF, Fond 45, Opis 1, Delo 339, 80. 30 June 1951, ciphered telegram, course of three years, and in 1951 complete Listy 90-91)

Filippov (Stalin) to Mao Zedong the deliveries for ten divisions.

b) The staff-organizational structure you 79.30 June 1951, ciphered telegram, Mao CIPHERED TELEGRAM No. 3917 have proposed for the present Chinese infan- Zedong to Filippov (Stalin); note: no pho

BEIJING-TO KRASOVSKY try divisions is very good. We are imple tocopy available—text copied by hand and

for Comrade MAO ZEDONG menting it. With sixteen divisions armed in therefore exact heading not presented

Your telegrams about an armistice have accordance with this staff-organizational

been received. structure, the Chinese army will be far stron- The commander of the troops of the In our opinion it is necessary immediger than at present.

enemy, Ridgway, today made a statement ately to answer Ridgway over the radio with 2. Malik's statement secured us the ini- with a proposal that representatives of both agreement to meet with his representatives tiative in the matter of conducting peace warring sides meet on a Danish ship in the for negotiations about an armistice. This negotiations. On 28.6.51 I received through port of Genzan for a meeting about the ces- communication must be signed by the ComComrade Roshchin the main positions of the sation of military activities. Simultaneously mand of the Korean People's Army and the contents of the conversation of Comrade with this he stated that a corresponding guar- command of the Chinese volunteer units, Gromyko with the American ambassador to antee is required, and only in this case can consequently by Comrade KIM IL SUNG the Soviet Union, (Alan] Kirk. At the end of military actions be ceased.

and Comrade PENG DEHUAI. If there is no the text is stated: “Only two representatives I report to you my opinion on the given signature of the commander of the Chinese must participate from each side. Moreover question.

volunteer units, then the Americans will not these representatives must be from the com- I ask you to study [it] and give an an- attach any significance to only one Korean mand of the corresponding military units, swer, and I also ask you to communicate it signature. It is necessary decisively to refuse and not representatives of the governments. immediately to Comrade Kim Il Sung. the Danish hospital ship in the area of Genzan Thus, from the Chinese side a represen

1. Comrade Kim Il Sung presumably as a place of meeting. It is necessary to tative of the volunteer troops must partici- must give an answer to Ridgway on the 2nd demand that the meeting take place at the pate and not a representative of China, as a or 3rd of July. In this answer he must express 38th parallel in the region of Kaesong. Keep warring state." I consider this completely his agreement to representatives of both sides in mind that at the present time you are the correct.

conducting negotiations about a cessation of bosses of the affair of an armistice and the I have received a telegram from Com- military operations, and to propose a time, Americans will be forced to make concesrade Kim Il Sung in which he asks how he place and number of participants for the sions on the question of a place for the should answer if Ridgway calls for negotia- meeting.

meeting tions to begin.

2. As concerns the place for holding the Send to Ridgway today an answer I have already communicated to Com- negotiations, Ridgway suggests the port of roughly like this: rade Kim Il Sung and Peng Dehuai that on the Genzan.

"To the commander of UN troops Genone hand we must carefully watch the mili- Considering that Genzan is a fortified eral RIDGWAY. Your statement of 28 June tary situation so as not to give the enemy the sea base of North Korea and the enemy regarding an armistice has been received. possibility of using this moment to his ad- intends to make a landing there, it seems to We are authorized to declare to you that we vantage, and on the other hand Comrade Kim me disadvantageous to agree to hold negotia

me disadvantageous to agree to hold negotia- agree to a meeting with your representatives Il Sung and Peng Dehuai must discuss this tions in Genzan. Is it impossible to propose for negotiations about a cessation of military question and be prepared, in case of a de- for the conduct of negotiations the town of actions and the establishment of an armimand by the enemy to begin negotiations, to Kaidzio, a point on the 38th parallel? stice. We propose as a meeting place the 38th

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parallel in the area of the city of Kaesong. If the following points:

Zedong to Filippov (Stalin) conveying 30 you agree, our representatives will be pre- a) Time of ceasefire and cessation of June 1951 message from Kim Il Sung to pared to meet with your representatives July military operations;

Mao 10-15.

b) Withdrawal of troops from the 38th Commander in Chief of the Korean parallel to the north and south for 5-10 km; SECOND MAIN ADMINISTRATION OF People's Army

c) Crossing the 38th parallel by land or THE GENERAL STAFF OF THE SOVIET KIM IL SUNG

air is prohibited from the moment of the ARMY Commander in Chief of the Chinese ceasefire;

CIPHERED TELEGRAM No. 21404 Volunteer Units d) Withdrawal of naval forces from the Copies: Stalin (2)

2 PENG DEHUAI

territorial waters of KOREA and removal of From BEIJING Received 12:10 3.7.1951 Date." the blockade;

SERIES “G”T In your telegram you propose that we e) Withdrawal of all foreign troops from

To Comrade FILIPPOV (Stalin) direct the negotiations about an armistice KOREA within a two month period;

Telegram of Comrade KIM IL SUNG. from Moscow. This, of course, is inconceiv- f) Carrying out an exchange of prisoners “Comrade MAO ZEDONG! able and not necessary. It's up to you to lead, of war and return of civilian population.

I propose to create our delegation with a Comrade MAO ZEDONG. The most we Comrade KIM IL SUNG awaits corre- composition of three persons: chief of gencan give is advice on various questions. We sponding advice of Comrade FILIPPOV eral staff of the People's Army of Korea also cannot maintain direct communication [Stalin).

NAM IL (head of the delegation), deputy with KIM IL SUNG. You must maintain I ask your orders.

minister of foreign affairs PAK DON CHO communication (with him).

RAZUVAEV

and one representative from the volunteer FILIPPOV (Stalin) No. 1751

troops. 30 June 1951 1 July 1951

During the meeting of representatives No. 335/III

Copies: Stalin (2), Molotov, Malenkov, Beria, of both sides we propose to advance the

Mikoyan, Kaganovich, Bulganin, following points: (Source: APRF, Fond 45, Opis 1, Delo 339, Khrushchev, Vyshinsky, Sokolovsky, 1. Beginning from a certain day and Listy 95-96 and AVPRF, Fond 059a, Opis Shtemenko, File of 8th Department

hour (according to Pyongyang time) both 5a, Delo 4, Papka 11, Listy 14-15)

sides must cease fire and all other military (Source: APRF, Fond 45, Opis 1, Delo 340, operations. 81. 1 July 1951, ciphered telegram, Listy 3-4]

2. Beginning from a certain day the Razuvaev to S.M. Shtemenko reporting

troops of both sides must within three days message from Kim Il Sung to Filippov 82.1 July 1951, ciphered telegram, Filippov withdraw from the 38th parallel for a dis(Stalin)

(Stalin) to Razuvaev with message for Kim tance of 10 km and create a buffer zone in that Il Sung

region. CIPHERED TELEGRAM

3. Both sides must cease the transfer of From Correspondent 20 Sent 1.7.51 5:30 8TH ADMINISTRATION OF THE GEN- land, naval and air forces across the 38th Received 1.7.51 7:16

ERAL STAFF OF THE ARMED FORCES parallel. Dispatched to 8th Administration of the OF THE USSR

4. Withdraw all foreign ships from the General Staff of the Soviet Army 1.7.51 CIPHERED TELEGRAM No. 101529 territorial waters of North Korea and liqui7:25

To Comrade RAZUVAEV.

date the blockage of the sea coast north of the By telegram

We received your telegram of July 1, No. 38th parallel Extremely urgent 1751.

5. In the course of two months from the To Comrade SHTEMENKO S.M.

Transmit to KIM IL SUNG that the Ko- day of the ceasefire all foreign land, naval I report:

rean government must come to an agreement and air forces will withdraw from Korea. 1. The text of an answer of KIM IL on the questions raised in the telegram with 6. In the course of two months from the SUNG to a meeting on negotiations was the Chinese government and together work day of the ceasefire an exchange of prisoners given by me according to the line of MID. It out the proposals.

will be conducted. is proposed to give an answer 2- 3.7.51.

From the telegram received it is not 7. The civilian population forcefully Agreement of MOSCOW is urgently apparent that the proposals of KIM IL SUNG taken by the American and Rhee Syngmann needed.

have been agreed to by MAO ZEDONG. troops from regions north of the 38th parallel 2. The composition of the delegation

FILIPPOV (Stalin).

must be returned. from the Korean People's Democratic Re- No. 4/3208

I ask you urgently to give an answer public is proposed to be three persons—the 2 July 1951

after familiarizing yourself with the telechief of staff of the Korean People's Army

gram. NAM IL, the deputy Minister of Foreign (Source: APRF, Fond 45, Opis 1, Delo 340,

KIM IL SUNG 30.6.1951.” Affairs PAK DENCHO and (one) from the List 5]

MAO ZEDONG Chinese volunteers.

No. 3304 3. It is proposed that NAM IL declare 83. 3 July 1951, ciphered telegram, Mao 3.7.51

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