East German Memorandum of Conversation with Dmitry Ustinov and Viktor Kulikov Concerning a Soviet War Game14 Jun 1982
This is a memorandum of a conversation during which Soviet Defense Minister Dmitry Ustinov and United Armed Forces Supreme Commander Viktor Kulikov discuss the details of a Soviet war game with East German Defense Minister Heinz Hoffmann. Ustinov criticizes the conviction of the general secretary of the Romanian Communist Party, Nicolae Ceauşescu, that both NATO and the WP should be dissolved. He also mentions Romania's lack of cooperation with the other WP armies.
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Memorandum of Conversation
Origin (Agency): Soviet Ministry of Defense
Sender: Dmitri Ustinov, Soviet Minister of Defense and Viktor Kulikov, United Armed Forces Supreme Commander
Destination (Agency): East German Ministry of Defense
Recipient: Heinz Hoffmann, East German Defense Minister
Language of Original Document: German
Number of Pages: 7
Cold War Period: 1980s
Persons: Ustinov, Kulikov, Brezhnev, Gribkov, Ceauşescu, Hoffmann, Honecker, Reagan, Schmidt, Strauss, Kohl, Mitterand
Document Source: Federal Archives of Germany, Military Branch (BA-MA), Freibug i. Br.
Call Number: AZN 32643, 74-80
Document Companion: Document No. 95