Foreign Ministry Memorandum to the HSWP Political Committee on Hungarian-Soviet Consultations on the European Security Conference18 Oct 1969
This memorandum of the Hungarian foreign ministry records the informal talks between Hungarian Deputy Foreign Minister Károly Erdélyi and his Soviet counterpart Vladimir Semyonov. Among the topics discussed are: (i) the progress of European peace and security and the points of view of various Western European countries, (ii) the agenda of the peace and security conference, and (iii) general evaluation of the international arena. Erdélyi recommends that Hungary back the Soviet proposals for the peace and security conference at the meeting of the foreign ministers in Prague.
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Origin (Agency): Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Sender: Károly Erdélyi, Hungarian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs
Destination (Agency): Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party Political Committee
Language of Original Document: Hungarian
Translators: Andreas Bocz
Number of Pages: 5
Cold War Period: 1960s
Document Source: Hungarian State Archive (MOL), Budapest
Call Number: MOL M-KS-288.f. 5/501.o.e.
Document Companion: Document No. 67