First Interkit Meeting, Moscow, Soviet Union14 Dec 1967
This East German report, compiled following a meeting of the Communist party leaders of the Soviet Union, East Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Hungary, and Mongolia in Moscow, addresses the situation in China as well as the foreign and domestic policies of the Mao Zedong regime. The purpose of the meeting is for the participants to find a common position in light of the accentuation of China's anti-Soviet course. Among other issues, the report examines Mao's ideology, gives an account of Chinese-US relations, and discusses economic cooperation between China and East and West Germany.
Collection: China and Eastern Europe
Language of Original Document: German
Number of Pages: 5
Cold War Period: 1960s
Persons: Mao Zedong