6. THE CPSU AND THE NON-COMMUNIST WORLD

1960s

31 October 1967*, St-37/46 [6] – Secretariat. Request from the Socialist Party of Japan for financial assistance (4 pp). [R 31 October 1967, St 37-46)] tbt

27 May 1969*, 231-Z [5 ; 6] – KGB report (Zakharov). Transfer to the Stasi (GDR secret police) copies of 1930s and wartime documents linking FRG Chancellor KIESINGER to the Nazis. [R 27 May 1969 – 231-Z]

9 September 1969*, 2273-А [6] – KGB report. Meeting in Netherlands between KGB contact and director of Krupp firm. The search for “new” approaches in the FRG’s “Ostpolitik”, its policy towards USSR and eastern neighbours (2 pp). [R 9 September 1969, 2273-A]

1970s

13 January 1971, 77-A [3.4; 3.1; 6] – KGB memorandum. The Western, anti-Soviet campaign in defence of SAKHAROV, SOLZHENITSYN and MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICH (2 pp). [R 13 January 1971, 77-A]

3 March 1972*, St 33/8 [1.3; 6] – Secretariat decision. Organise trade with Japanese firms so that $100,000 is transferred to the Socialist Party of Japan to subsidise its election costs (3 pp). [R 3 March 1972, St 33-8] tbt

30 April 1972*, 1176-A [3.2; 6] – KGB memorandum. Bring Soviet historian MIKHAIL VOSLENSKY back from West Germany (FRG). Briefly extend his Soviet travel passport but if necessary abduct him and forcibly return him to the USSR (2 pp). [R 30 April 1972, 1176-A]

10 October 1974, St 143/19 [6] – Secretariat. Request from the Socialist Party of Japan concerning 40 Japanese fishermen arrested at sea by the  Soviets (8 pp). [R 10 October 1974, St 143-19]

14 December 1975*, 3088-A [6] – KGB report to Central Committee. Possible consequences of NATO’s future deployment of smart tactical weapons for Soviet military strategy (3 pp). [R 14 December 1975, 3088-A]

1976

16 February 1976, No 41 [6] – Memo from Soviet embassy in Switzerland. Discussions with the Social-Democratic Party of Switzerland; and the results of the summit (Socialist International) of Socialist and Social-Democratic leaders (3 pp). [R 16 February 1976, No 41]

9 April 1976, St 5/8 [6] – Secretariat. Suggestion of the French Socialist Party  to hold a special meeting with the CPSU (2 pp). [R 9 April 1976, St 5-8]

29 April 1976, St 7/2 [1.3; 6] – Secretariat. About setting up a joint French-Soviet transport company (2 pp). [R 29 April 1976, St 7-2]

9 June 1976, No 36 [6] – Memo from Soviet embassy in Switzerland. New political tendencies in the Swiss Social-Democratic Party ( 3 pp). [R 9 June 1976, No 36]

03 September 1976, 1992-A [6] – KGB memorandum. The intentions of Western special services toward Comecon, the Soviet-led “Council for Economic Cooperation” (2 pp). [R 3 September 1976, 1991-A]

1977

10 January 1977, No 17 [6] – Memo from Soviet embassy in FRG. The activities of neo-Nazis in FRG (10 pp). [R 4 January 1977, No 17]

1 February 1977, No. 47 [6] – Memo from Soviet embassy in FRG. About anti-Soviet propaganda in the FRG (5 pp). [R 2 February 1977, No 47]

16 February 1977, No 61 [1.3; 6] – Report on science and technology by special group of staff at the Soviet embassy in FRG (25 pp). [R 16 February 1977, No 61]

2 March 1977*, No 74 [6] – Memo from ambassador FALIN in West Germany (FRG). The anti-Soviet campaign  in the FRG and a possible “solution” to the human rights issue in the USSR (11 pp). [R 2 March 1977, No 74]

9 March 1977, St 47/12 [1.2; 3.2; 6] – Secretariat. A new anti-Soviet film made in FRG about the dissidents and events in Czechoslovakia (4 pp). [R 9 March 1977,  St 47-12]

19 May 1977*, Pb 56/68 [3.2; 6] – Politburo. Instructions to Soviet ambassadors on human rights issues (21 pp). [R 19 May 1977, Pb 56-68]

21 June 1977* (no number) [6] – From the Soviet embassy in FRG. On the policies of the West German SDP, an analytical report (17 pp). [R 21 June 1977]

06 July 1977, No 411 [6] – Memo from Soviet embassy in Poland. Analysis of West German politics prepared by Chancellor Schmidt (28 pp). [R 6 July 1977, No 411]

26 August 1977*, No 644/54 [6] – Instructions to KGB “residents” about work on Socialist International (6 pp). (Document kindly provided by Mr OLEG GORDIEVSKY). [26 August 1977, No 644-54]

1978-9

3 July 1978*, St 144/34 [3.2; 6] – Secretariat. Instruction to the Soviet ambassador in Norway about Norwegian Labour Party‘s request to free YURY ORLOV. Provides review of ORLOV’s “anti-Soviet activities” (8 pp). [R 3 July 1978, St 114-39]

28 August 1979, St 173/6 [6] – Secretariat. Increase Soviet activities in UNESCO (15 pp). [R 28 August 1979, St 173-6]

1980s

1980

1 February 1980*, Pb 182/2 [6; 9.2] – Politburo decision. Informing WILLY BRANDT (FRG) and KALEVI SORSA (Finland) about Soviet views on disarmament and Afghanistan (20 pp). [R 1 February 1980, Pb 182/2]

15 July 1980, St 219/4 [6] – Secretariat. About contacts of CPSU with the Socialist Party of Japan in 1980 (9 pp). [R 15 July 1980, St 219-4]

25 August 1980, St 225/71 [6] – Secretariat. Contacts and exchanges with the Social-Democratic Party of Finland (5 pp). [R 25 August 1980, St 225-71]

22 October 1980, St 233/67 [1.2; 6; 9.2] – Secretariat. Publication of article to discredit anti-Soviet actions of the Italian Socialist Party (10 pp). [R 22 October 1980, St 233/67]

24 October 1980, St 233/13 [6] – Secretariat. Instructions to the Soviet ambassador in Greece to pay part of the pensions of Greek political immigrants (10 pp). [R 24 October 1980, St 233-13]

9 December 1980, St 240/82 [1.2; 6] – Secretariat. Permission for cooperation between Soviet TV/radio agencies and “progressive” Italian TV and radio stations (6 pp). [R 9 December 1980, St 240-82]

16 December 1980*, St 241/108 [6] – Secretariat. Celebrations of the 50th birthday of KALEVI SORSA, the general secretary of the Finnish Social-Democratic Party  (8 pp). [R 16 Dec 80, 8 pp – St 241-108]

26 December 1980*, St 243/57 [3.3; 6] – Secretariat. Letter to chairman of Danish Social Democratic Party about the arrest of refusenik VICTOR BRAILOVSKY, explaining his “criminal activities” (3 pp). [R 26 December 1980, St 243-57] tbt

1981-1985

27 January 1981, St 247/13 [6] – Secretariat. Contacts between the Kommunist periodical and the theoretical journal of the West German Social Democratic Party (5 pp). [R 27 January 1981, St 247-13]

4 August 1983*, 110-A [3.3; 6] – KGB report. Response to letter from Austrian President BRUNO KREISKY (includes original in German.) concerning release of YURY ORLOV. Decision: no answer required (5 pp). [R 4 August 1983, 110-A]

20 November 1984* (no number) [6; 7.1] – Memo from the Soviet Ambassador to Great Britain. Record of a discussion with ARTHUR SCARGILL, President of the National Union of Miners. Illegal financial aid to be sent via Switzerland, Poland and Ireland to support the miners’ strike (7 pp). [R 20 Nov 84, No 769]

9 April 1985*, 473/PR/54 [6] – Instructions to the KGB residents. The activities of the Socialist International (8 pp).  [R 9 Apr 85, No 473-PR-54 – Document kindly provided by Mr Gordievsky.]

12 September 1985 (no number) [3.3; 4; 6] – International Department. About letter from French academicians to USSR Academy of Sciences in defence of the Soviet scientists ANDREI SAKHAROV, ANATOLY SHCHARANSKY, and SERGEI KOVALYOV  (11 pp). [R 12 Sep 85, No 257]

1990s

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

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]

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