Report by the Head of Soviet Military Intelligence to the Committee of Defense Ministers3 Dec 1984
In this report, General Petr Ivashutin, head of the Soviet military intelligence, offers his views on NATO's long-term armament program. Ivashutin's report was delivered during the 17th session of the Warsaw Pact Committee of Ministers of Defense in Budapest 1984. He assesses NATO's level of combat-readiness in the Western and Southwestern European theaters of war as high.
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Origin (Agency): Soviet Military Intelligence
Sender: Petr I. Ivashutin, Head of the Soviet Military Intelligence
Destination (Agency): Warsaw Pact Committee of Ministers of Defense
Language of Original Document: German
Number of Pages: 24
Cold War Period: 1980s
Persons: Reagan, Ivashutin
Document Source: Federal Archives of Germany, Military Branch (BA-MA), Freiburg i. Br.
Call Number: VA-01/32871
Document Companion: Document No. 105