Memorandum: Conversation by Frank P. Corrigan and Thomas Cory of the US Mission at the United Nations
Date: May 3, 1951, New York
Subject: Some Soviet Views on the World Situation
Malik [Yakov "Jacob" Malik, Permanent Soviet Representative to the United Nations] continued to insist that the United States occupies Formosa, adducing as additional proof the recent establishment of an American Military Advisory Group for Formosa. At this point, Tsarapkin [Semen K. Tsarapkin, Alternate Soviet Representative to the United Nations] came into the conversation to observe that there were various forms of occupation and the United States could occupy Formosa without many Americans being present.
[ source: United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States, 1951. Korea and China Volume VII, Part 1 (1951), pages 401-406 ]
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