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 Chinese Refutes Soviet Slander And Proposes Convening of 15th Regular Meeting in Mid June

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Chairman of Chinese Side on Sino-Soviet Joint Commission For Navigation on Boundary Rivers Refutes Soviet Slander And Proposes Convening of 15th Regular Meeting in Mid June

Source: Peking Review, No. 20, May 16, 1969
Transcribed by www.wengewang.org

 The chairman of the Soviet side on the Sino-Soviet Joint Commission for Navigation on the Boundary Rivers sent a telegram on April 26 to the chairman of the Chinese side on the joint commission proposing that the 15th regular meeting of the Sino-Soviet commission for boundary river navigation be convened. On May 2, the Soviet news agency TASS in a news dispatch stood facts upside down and levelled the false charge that the Chinese side had "evaded participation" in last year's regular meeting. The chairman of the Chinese side on the commission replied to the chairman of the Soviet side in a telegram on May 11, in which the Chinese side proposed that the 15th regular meeting be held in the middle of June in Poli in the Soviet Union. The telegram refuted the Soviet slander against the Chinese side and pointed out that the Soviet side alone was responsible for the failure to hold the regular meeting scheduled for 19(>8. The telegram from the Chinese side replying to the Soviet side reads in full:

Smirnov,
Chairman of the Soviet Side, Sino-Soviet   Joint   Commission for Navigation on the Boundary Rivers:

 Your telegram of April 26 proposing that the 15th regular meeting of the Sino-Soviet commission for boundary river navigation be convened in May this year has been received.
 The 15th regular meeting of the Sino-Soviet commission for boundary river navigation should have been held in the Soviet Union in 1968. In your telegram of April 27, 1968, you put forward the unilateral proposal for convening the 15th regular meeting in May the Same year in Poli of the Soviet Union. I replied on May 16 that the Chinese side was studying the matter. However, while the Chinese side was making active preparations for the meeting, the Soviet side, without waiting for an official reply from the Chinese side, spread a slander through the Soviet Foreign Minister Gromyko at a meeting of the Supreme Soviet of the U.S.S.R. on June 27, in which he brazenly accused the Chinese Government of "remaining deaf to the Soviet Government's ''concrete proposals" for ''the joint utilization of boundary rivers for navigation." On August 16 I lodged a protest with the Soviet side against its act of sabotaging the 15th regular meeting, demanding a clarification of the facts and officially informing you that the Chinese side was ready to go to the meeting. But the Soviet side peremptorily indicated that it "will not consider*' the just demand of the Chinese side and on August 28 unwarrantedly returned the telegram of the Chinese side.   Thus the holding of the 15th regular meeting was sabotaged by the Soviet side single-handedly.

While proposing once again the holding of the 15th regular meeting in Poli, the Soviet side has now published a news dispatch through the medium of its official news agency TASS, in which, calling black white, it levelled the false counter-charge that the Chinese side had "evaded participation" in the regular meeting of last year. This cannot but make one doubt how much sincerity the Soviet side has for convening this meeting. Nevertheless, proceeding from its consistent stand of safeguarding normal navigation by both sides on the boundary rivers, the Chinese side has still decided to send its delegation to this meeting. The Chinese side hopes that the Soviet side will adopt a positive attitude, as it should, towards this meeting. Our side considers that it is necessary for both sides to make good preparations in order to make a success of this meeting. I suggest that the meeting be held in Poli in the middle of June. The actual date of the meeting will be decided upon by both sides through discussion. You will be notified of the name list of the Chinese delegation later.

Chen Fa-ping,
Chairman of the Chinese Side, Sino-Soviet Joint Commission for Navigation on the Boundary
Rivers.

May 11, 1969



  
  
  

 
 
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