24. 1990 to 1994

1990

January to June

6 February 1990, St-10/1 [1.2] – Secretariat. Financial support to correspondents from Communist and Socialist countries (4 pp). [R 6 Feb 90, St 10-1]

6 February 1990**, St-10/3 [4; 7.2] – Secretariat. Discontinuation of illegal crossing to the Soviet territory by activists of the Iraqi Communist Party en route to other countries (7 pp). [R 6 Feb 90, St 10-3]

14 February 1990*, St-112/27 [7.4] – Secretariat. A request from the leaders of the Communist Parties of Argentina and Chile: “special training” for Argentina, 5 people, and Chile, 4 people (9 pp). [R 14 Feb 90, St 112-27]

22 February 1990, St-112/116 [1.2; 4] – Secretariat. Distribution in the USSR of periodical publications from communist and socialist countries (4 pp). [R 22 Feb 90, St 112-116]

15 March 1990, St-113/102 [2.2] – Secretariat. About changes in structure and activities of KGB and comparable organizations in Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Poland, Mongolia and Hungary (7 pp). [R 16 Mar 90, St 113-102]

21 March 1990**, No 318/2/0354 [9.2] – Report to Central Committee from Ministry of Defence for assistance to restore aviation and communication in Afghanistan (2 pp). [R 221 Mar 90, No 318-2-0354]

30 May 1990, St 116 [1.4; 4] – Secretariat. Preparations for Conference of Russian Federation Communist Party. [R 30 May 90, St -116]

July to December

21 July 1990**, No 0747 [5; 9.1] – Politburo. Suppression of American broadcasts to Cuba – request for equipment to hamper and block the transmissions (2 pp). [R 21 Jul 90, No 0747]

28 September 1990*, 06/2-439 [4; 5] – Central Committee. Problems arising from the sequestration of the East German Party archives by the FRG authorities; the response of the CPSU (7 pp). [R 28 Sep 90, No 06-2-439]

19 October 1990 [5] – Exchange of delegations with Yemen Socialist Party and acceptance of Yemen delegation for vacations in the USSR. [R 19 Oct 90]

24 October 1990*, Pb 1193 [4] – Politburo. Report about the congress of the newly-formed “Democratic Russia” movement and its anti-Communist stance (7 pp). [R 24 Oct 90, 7 pp – Pb 1193]

27 October 1990, [6] – To Secretariat. Request from the Social-Democratic Party of Turkey. [R 27 Oct 90]

6 November 1990, St-10/1 [1.1] – Secretariat. Subsidies for Moscow-based correspondents from party newspapers in capitalist and developing countries; Red Cross objections (4 pp). [R 6 Nov 90, St 10-1]

12 December 1990**, No 06-2-544 [1.1] – About students from socialist and communist countries studying at Central Committee’s Institute of Social Sciences. [R 12 Dec 90, No 06-2-544]

1991

January to June

1 January 1991**, St 4-5 [7.1] – Secretariat. Political immigration to the USSR (undated and unsigned memo to the Central Committee). As of 1 January 1990 6,643 political immigrants were living in the Soviet Union. [R 1 Jan 91, St 4-5]

11 January 1991* (no number) [2.2; 4] – Central Committee. Report from Committee officials in Lithuania about the attempted takeover by the “Committee for National Salvation”(4 pp). [R 11 Jan 91]

15 January 1991, 06-S-28 [5] – Assistance to Iranian Communist Party and about meeting of CPSU leaders with leaders of Latin American Communist and leftist parties; about reception in the USSR of leadership of the French Communist Party. [R 15 Jan 91, 06-S-28]

17 January 1991, No 6-S-44 [5] – Visit to Kremlin of French Communist Party leaders. [R 17 Jan 91 – No 6-S-44]

23 January 1991*, Pb 223 [4] – Moscow Party Committee to Central Committee. About large (“150,000” strong) anti-Gorbachev demonstration in Moscow following the Lithuanian events (2 pp). [R 20 Jan 91, Pb 223]

15 February 1991, No 01499 [1.4; 4] – List of documents bearing GORBACHEV’s request for specific actions in 1990 (13 pp). [R 15 Feb 91, No 01499]

15 April 1991 (no number) [4] – About miners’ strike and necessary measures to stabilize situation in the USSR (6 pp). [R 15 Apr 91]

19 April 1991, St 1044 [4] – Secretariat. Discussions and negotiations with leaders of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia (12 pp). [R 19 Apr 91, 12 pp – St 1044]

28 June 1991 (no number) [4; 6] – About political dialogue with foreign parties and political organizations. (5 pp.) (Document kindly provided by Mr. Oleg Gordievsky.) [R 28 Jun 91]

July to December

16 July 1991, St-34/18 [5] – Secretariat. Visit to USSR by representatives of Communist and left-wing parties from Latin America. [R 17 Jul 91, St 34-18]

24 July 1991 (no number) [4; 5] – Secretariat. Payment of debts owed by a firm belonging to the Finnish Communist Party (5 pp). [R 18 Jul 91, St 70-5]

10 August 1991*, 1565-K [3.4; 4] – Letter of KGB Director to the committee of the International Sakharov Congress “Peace, Progress and Human Rights” (3 pp). [R 10 Aug 91, 3 pp – 1565-K] tbt

5 December 1991**, No 90-680 [3.3; 4] – Supreme Court of the Russian Federation. Annulment of BUKOVSKY’s 1967 conviction. [R 5 Dec 91]

1992

July 1992 (no number) [9.4] – Presidential Archive. List of eight documents related to Poland No day or month indicated. [R Jul 92]

31 December 1992** (no number) [4; 9.2] – Letter to Chairman of the RF Constitutional Court. Request for 27 Central Committee documents about Afghanistan, to be included in the case of the CPSU (5 pp). [R 31 Dec 92]

1994

14 April 1994*, A17-188 [3.3] – From Archive of Russian President. Excerpts from Politburo decisions as per BUKOVSKY’s request (3 pp). [R 14 Apr 94, 3 pp] tbt