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Minutes of the Meeting between the Hungarian and Chinese Delegations in Budapest, January 16, 1957

By Department of National Security

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Title: Minutes of the Meeting between the Hungarian and Chinese Delegations in Budapest, January 16, 1957  
Author: Department of National Security
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Language: English
Subject: Government Reference Publication, Transportation., Transportation Administrative Service Center (U.S.)
Collections: National Security Archive Collection
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Publisher: Transportation Security Administration

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National Security, D. O. (n.d.). Minutes of the Meeting between the Hungarian and Chinese Delegations in Budapest, January 16, 1957. Retrieved from http://community.worldebooklibrary.org/


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Regarding the five-country Party leaders?summit, 151 the Poles asked why they were not invited: it seems that the socialist camp is separating into two groups. We discussed this question with comrade Khrushchev in Moscow, who said that there are quite a few questions on which the Poles?position differs from ours, but that they are also strongly confined by the imminent elections. There were therefore reasons for us to fear the participation of the Poles. It is not even sure that they would have come. Another argument is that the delegations coming to Hungary came from the four neighboring countries. This argument is a bit weak, because Bulgaria does not border Hungary. On no account did they want to exclude the Poles, and comrade Khrushchev advised that they take a stand in the Polish-Chinese declaration, 152 and condemn the UN?s intervention in internal Hungarian affairs.153 There wasn?t actually a difference of opinion with the Poles on this question, who find the unity of the socialist countries important, and approve of negotiations between them. In Moscow I will suggest that we arrange more meetings of this kind. We will communicate any potential dates via the Embassy...

 

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