. Message From Chairman Khrushchev to President-elect Kennedy

 

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Moscow, January 20, 1961.

 

DEAR MR. PRESIDENT: We congratulate you on the occasion of your inauguration. Availing ourselves of this opportunity we wish to express the hope that by our joint efforts we shall succeed in achieving a fundamental improvement in relations between our countries and a normalization of the whole international situation. We are convinced that, step by step, it will be possible to remove existing suspicion and distrust and cultivate seeds of friendship and practical cooperation between our peoples. On its side the Soviet Government is always ready to support any good undertakings in this direction and do everything in its power in order that durable peace may be established in the world, so that all nations may live in friendship and without enmity.

N. Khrushchev Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR

L. Brezhnev Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR

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