Evaluation by the East German Embassy in Bucharest of Ceauşescu's Visit to China11 Jun 1971
This document examines the visit of the general secretary of the Romanian Communist Party, Nicolae Ceauşescu, to China. This visit is seen by East Germany as evidence of anti-Soviet sentiments. The Romanian endorsement of Chinese politics is strongly criticized, as it is seen to strengthen China's position and to weaken the cohesion of the Warsaw Pact. Ceauşescu's visit to China is said to have met with a positive response in the US.
Collection: China and Eastern Europe
Origin (Agency): East German Embassy in Bucharest
Sender: Dr. Hoffmann
Language of Original Document: German
Number of Pages: 7
Cold War Period: 1970s