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People's Commissariat for Foreign Affairs of the Union of Soviet Sovereign Republics

Народный комиссариат по иностранным делам Союз Советских Cуверенных Республик

 

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People's Commissar: Lev Gromyko

Jurisdiction: Soviet Government (All-Union Communist Party, Central Committee, and All-Union Council of People's Commissars)

Headquarters: General Staff Building, 7 Dvortsovaya Ploshchad, Leningrad

 
The People's Commissariat for Foreign Affairs (Narkomindel) is a central government institution responsible for conducting the foreign affairs of the USSR, as determined by the Soviet Government. The Foreign Commissariat is specifically tasked with protecting and assisting Soviet citizens living or traveling abroad, informing the Soviet public about foreign policy objectives and the state of international relations, and coordinating international activities of other agencies, overseas official visits, and other diplomatic efforts.
 
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From: King Gregory of Malta
 
As head of the King's Trading Company of Malta I wish to enquire as to the possiblities of investment in your national rail transportation network.
 
-KIng Gregory of Malta

 

[CONFIDENTAL REPLY]

 

To: King Gregory of Malta
From: Vasily Avilov, Deputy Foreign Commissar

 

Greetings Comrade,

 

On behalf of Foreign Commissar, Lev Gromyko, I am happy to inform you that foreign investment in the national rail transportation industry is a possibility, albeit on a limited basis, and that they are subject to a myriad of laws and regulations governing foreign direct investment in the U.S.S.R. What do you have in mind, exactly?

 

I look forward to your reply.

 

Signed,

V. Avilov

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500 million in cash for the purposes of expanding and upgrading your network. Specifically, we look to improve your rail connections for bulk freight and passenger service across central Europe and into Alvonia. In interest of disclosure we have investments in Hungary-Slovakia's Railway Corporation of 500 million. We look to invest in Belarus's network as well.

 

Our aim is both one of profit and expanding the ability for Malta to move freight from a point on the coast of the Med all the way from one end of Europe to the Bering Strait in a timely manner. While our aim is profit driven, the economic benefits of having a tier 1 rail system in Europe and your part of Asia are easy enough to decipher.

 

- King Gregory 

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[CONFIDENTAL REPLY]

 
To: King Gregory of Malta
From: Vasily Avilov, Deputy Foreign Commissar
 
Greetings Comrade,
 
As long as the infusion of such funds do not imply the acquiration of property rights, or the assertation of ownership, over the Soviet rail networks in any shape or form, this can be arranged. 
 
The Transportation Commissariat will work with your government, and so will the applicable Republican-level commissariats and the local Soviets, in this joint venture. Specifically, a joint stock company will be established to oversee this venture, to be headed by a Soviet citizen. The Soviet government will have a share of 51 percent in the company, and will have the final vote in resolving partnership conflicts. Profits will be evenly divided between our nations.
 
If this is acceptable, you are welcome to send engineers and other specialists to the USSR. We look forward to working with you.
 
Signed,
V. Avilov

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