9.3 OLYMPIC GAMES, 1980

1978

16 June 1978, 1213-A [9.3] – KGB report. Anti-Soviet plans of different Western special services and other anti-Soviet organizations for the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow (5 pp). [R 16 June 1978, 1213-A]

1979

25 April 1979*, 819-A [9.3] – KGB report. Anti-Soviet activities with regard to the 1980 Olympic Games (4 pp). [R 25 April 1979, 819-A]

24 July 1979, St 168/6 [2.2; 9.3] – Secretariat. Temporary restrictions on Soviet entry visas; special arrangements for sending people living in Moscow and its suburbs to places outside the capital (construction brigades, Pioneer camps, sports camps, etc.) during summer 1980 for duration of the Olympics (4 pp). [R 24 July 1979, St 168/6]

30 July 1979*, 1455-A [9.3] – KGB to Central Committee. Anti-Soviet activities concerning the 1980 Olympic Games. KGB report on intentions of “such anti-social elements as BUKOVSKY, PLYUSHCH, and others” (6 pp). [R 30 July 1979, 1455-A] tbt

17 October 1979, St 129/5 [9.3] – Secretariat. Additional propaganda measures related to 1980 Summer Olympic Games in Moscow (3 pp). [R 17 October 1979, St 129-5]

1 November 1979*, Pb 172/113 [9.1; 9.3] – Politburo. Response to US Department of Justice concerning potential terrorism and drug distribution during Olympic Games in Moscow – refusal to cooperate (4 pp). [R 1 November 1979, Pb 172-113]

1980

January to June

29 January 1980*, St 195/3 [9.3] – Secretariat. Planning response to “hostile” campaign against participation in the Summer 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow (3 pp). [R 29 January 1980, St 195/3]

5 February 1980, St 196/6 [9.3] – Secretariat. Measures in support of 1980 Olympic Games (5 pp). [R 5 February 1980, St 196/6]

27 February 1980, St 199/3 [9.3] – Secretariat. Measures in support of the 1980 Olympic Games (18 pp). [R 26 February 1980, St 199/3]

29 February 1980, Pb 186/2 [9.3] – Politburo. Actions in support of 1980 Olympic Games (13 pp); see also 27 February 1980. [R 29 February 1980, Pb 186/2]

25 March 1980, St 203/75 [9.3] – Secretariat. Permission for press-conference about 1980 Olympic Games (3 pp). [R 25 March 1980, St 203/75]

1 April 1980, St 204/14 [9.3] – Central Committee. Organizational and propaganda issues relating to preparations for the 1980 Olympic Games (7 pp). [R 1 April 1980, St 204/14]

3 April 1980, St 205/31 [1.2; 9.1; 9.3] – Secretariat. Assistance to an American film studio to make a documentary series about Soviet culture in relation to Olympic Games. [R 3 April 1980, St 205/31]

15 April 1980, St 206/16 [9.3] – Secretariat. Participation of the Soviet delegation in the International Olympic Committee meeting (5 pp). [R 15 April 1980 , St 206-16]

15 April 1980, St 206/14 [1.4; 9.3] – Central Committee (based on KGB report). New positions in the USSR sport committees (2 pp). [R 15 April 1980, St 206-14]

12 May 1980*, 902-A [2.2; 9.3] – KGB to Central Committee. Boosting security during the 1980 Olympic Games by clearing Moscow of disaffected individuals (6 pp + 21 pp). [R 12 May 1980,  902-A) and [R 12 May 1980, 902-A plus]

20 May 1980 (No 1/3110) [2.2; 9.3] – KGB report. Safety measures during 1980 Olympic Games and mobilization of regional KGB agents and troops of Ministry of Internal Affairs (7 pp). [R 20 May 1980, No 1-3110]

27 May 1980, St 212/83 [9.3] – Secretariat. Instructions to Soviet ambassadors in relation to forthcoming 1980 Olympic Games (8 pp). [R 27 May 1980, St 212/83]

3 June 1980, St 213/6 [9.3] – Secretariat. Assistance to foreign participants during 1980 Olympic Games. [R not available online ]

3 June 1980, St 213/7 [9.3] – Secretariat. Soviet participation in 1980 Olympic Games (2 pp). [R 3 June 1980, St 213-7]

4 June 1980, St 214/1 [9.3] – Secretariat. The participation of the Soviet delegation in International Olympic Committee meeting. Provide allowance of 550 roubles for souvenirs, 350 roubles for dinners, etc (5 pp). [R 4 June 1980, St 214-1]

26 June 1980, Pb 201/62 [2.2 ; 9.3] – Politburo decision. Provide a response to MR. BLACKER, British ambassador in Moscow, about his complaints of a Soviet campaign to scare and terrorize British tourists in the USSR during the 1980 Olympic Games (4 pp). [R 26 June 1980, Pb 201-62]

July to September

1 July 1980, St 217/8 [9.3] – Secretariat. Action plan to increase foreign participation in 1980 Olympic Games (23 pp). [R 1 July 1980, St 217-8]

2 July 1980, St 218/18 [9.3] – Secretariat. About visit during 1980 Olympic Games of UNESCO Secretary General (2 pp). [R 2 July 1980, St 218/18]

8 July 1980, St 218/4 [9.3] – Secretariat. About specific requests from several countries related to their participation in 1980 Olympic Games (9 pp). [R 8 July 1980, St 218-4]

15 July 1980, St 219/31 [9.3] – Secretariat. About award for LORD KILLANIN, president of the International Olympic Committee (3 pp). [R 15 July 1980, St 219-31]

12 August 1980, St 223/17 [9.3] – Secretariat. Awards to Soviet citizens for work related to preparations and during 1980 Olympic Games (14 pp). [R 12 August 1980, St 223-17]

12 August 1980, St 223/4 [9.3] – Secretariat. About results of 22nd Olympic Games in 1980 (15 pp). [R 12 August 1980, St 223-4]

12 August 1980, St 223/19 [9.3] – Secretariat. Awards to KGB agents for work related to preparations and during 1980 Olympic Games (2 pp). [R 12 August 1980, St 223-19]

19 August 1980*, St 224/7 [9.3] – Secretariat Resolution. Report to communist parties of Eastern Europe about the success of the 1980 summer Olympic Games in Moscow (8 pp). [R 19 August 1980, St 224/7]

22 September 1980, St 229/70 [9.3] – Secretariat. Participation of Soviet delegation in October session at IOC of the 1980 Olympic Games (24 pp). [R 22 September 1980, St 229/70]

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