12 January 1988**, St-76/82

Secretariat. A request from the Chilean Communist and Socialist Parties for “special training”: 20 CPC and 14 SPC members (6 pp). [R 12 Jan 88, St 76-82]

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Translated by George Sklyar, July 2010

[Translator’s notes are bracketed, handwritten text is in italic]

#CT-76/82gs, of 01.12.88/TOP SECRET/SPECIAL FOLDER RESOLUTION

of the Secretariat of the CC of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Re: Request of the leadership of the Communist and Socialist Parties of Chile

  1. [It is hereby resolved] to grant the request of the leadership of the Communist and Socialist Parties of Chile (CPC and SPC) and receive in 1988 30 CPC and 14 SPC activitsts to undergo a course of militarily training to last for up to six months.
  2. The Ministry of Defense of the USSR shall be tasked with the accommodation, material support, military training of the 44 Chilean comrades, and for the reimbursement of their traveling expenses borne during the trip from the country [of residence] to Moscow.

[Illegible signature]

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[Several illegible signatures]/003/Excerpts forwarded to Comrades Yazov, Dobrynin, Gostev /Jan. 8, 1988…

Workers of all countries, unite!/

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Excerpt from Protocol [Minutes] #76 of a meeting of the CC CPSU Secretariat of January 12, 1988

Re: Request of the leadership of the Communist and Socialist Parties of Chile

  1. [It is hereby resolved] to grant the request of the leadership of the Communist and Socialist Parties of Chile (CPC and SPC) and receive in 1988 30 CPC and 14 SPC activists to undergo a course of military training to last for up to six months.
  2. The Ministry of Defense of the USSR shall be tasked with the accommodation, material support, military training of the 44 Chilean comrades, and for the reimbursement of their traveling expenses borne during the trip from the country [of residence] to Moscow.

SECRETARY OF THE CC [Copies] forwarded to Comrades Yazov, Dobrynin, Gostev

Top Secret/Special Folder /[Stamp] CC CPSU/ Sector Il/Jan. 6, 1988/0056 OP/ TO BE RETURNED TO THE GENERAL DEPARTMENT, CC CPSU

Re: Request of the leadership of the Communist and Socialist Parties of Chile

The leadership of the Communist and Socialist Parties of Chile (CPC and SPC) requests that the CC CPSU receive in 1988 30 CPC and 14 SPC activists to undergo a course of military training for a term of up to six months.

Considering that the said parties badly need trained military personnel, we believe it expedient to partially grant the CPC’s request and accommodate 30 activists of the Communist Party of Chile and grant the SPC’s request in full. The Ministry of Defense of the USSR could be tasked with the accommodation, military training, and reimbursement of the traveling expenses — country of residence to Moscow — of the 44 Chilean comrades. This issue has been coordinated with the head of the Chief Intelligence Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the USSR (Comrade V.N. Mikhailov).

Draft resolution of the CC CPSU is enclosed herewith.

(Signed) G. Korniyenko,

Deputy Head of the International Department, CC CPSU

January 6, 1988

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Translation _ from the Spanish

Attention: Central Committee

of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union

Dear Comrades:

In view of the need to train cadres, we request that you receive 40 middle-level executives of our party in the Soviet Union, in 1988, to undergo a five-month course of training.

We further request payment for 40 air tickets for a flight from Santiago to Moscow and from Moscow to Santiago.

With brotherly greetings on behalf of the foreign leadership of the Communist Party of Chile,

Jorge [Montes]

December 7, 1987, Moscow

Translated by [signed] A. Ignatyev, Dec. 22, 1987

 

[Follows the original handwritten message in Spanish – one page]

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Top Secret Memo

Re: Conversation with G. Navarrete, member of Executive Committee, CC of the Socialist Party of Chile, of Dec. 5, 1987

During a conversation with workers [officials] of the International Department, CC CPSU, G. Navarrete, on behalf of the SPC leadership, requested that two groups of party activists (seven persons per group) be received in 1988 to undergo a course of military training. He stressed that the assistance by the CPSU in training SPC cadres if of the utmost importance for the stepping up of the struggle of the Chilean patriots for the overthrow of the fascist military junta.

Conversation committed to paper by (signed) Yu. Antonov [signature]

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