■h matin out
nomic organizations apply strictest
'".immirs. give- daily attention lo the
Problem of lowering costs and insure
faking the' prescribed sav ing.
•\ r are obliged to strive to achieve
■' more perfect eind cheaper state apparatus and to improve' ii- works, eradicating bureaucratic methods of management, improving the standard "I
organizational work and the responsibility for the tasks entrusted in all
■actions eef the administration.
* -lilt i \ eetie.n nf thr -I'll-e elf w hell is
aew, advanced and progressive in all
leaders, both greal and -mall: w idle use
ol ihr initiative of the working masses
and constanl development of criticism
a*d self-criticism air a derisive' condi-
'"'ii for the further perfection of ihr
"Ork nf the' eip| eel Tell l|s.
there are still many sl^Ldromings in
"'I firlds eef mil -telle' VjMlr'urvWleniemir
'""I cultural building #• riKoval of
""hidi will call bit e'ons„l,,.,|i|,. effort
1,1 "in part.
1 he Deputies who have' been debating
''"' stair budget In ii- have- made. u num-
'"t of correct and critical rmiarffPad-
1.'''—. il I,, ministries and departments.
.'"■ governmenl will study the declara-
'""is of the Deputies and will take the
'""'rssais measures n. remove the short-
'""ting's noticed hv them.
Comrades. Deputies, yesterday you
's||-'iiril to the speech made hv Comrade
.'"I v. the Foreign Minister of the
S\|; His speech contained a correct
""lysis of the' presenl international sit-
u«ion and he full) explained the policy
the Sov iel government.
1 'liiniinnii- appia>\al ol the foreign
PjO'iey of the Sov iel governmenl by the
"I'lriu,. Soviet of the I .S.S.R. once
l-'l» firms thai this pohc) cor-
''-|"'n,|s |0 the essential interests of
Ur people. \t the same time the polic)
,"''' -|..>ii.I- to the aspirations and
''l"'~. nol only eif our people, bul also
"'r peoples nl other countries.
.. '''I'pirs have' no stronger desire than
"' desire for peace. The Sen iel govern-
■ '"'■ by all ii- actidns, heis proved and
j Proving lhat il stands for peace and
!'.,' "<(s the' cause of peace, thai ii con-
tea 11,niinuousl) lo lln- easing of
''■"national tension and the establish-
. '" of normal relations with all Ihr
"r build our relations with other
, '"'"■ guided bv the desire to assist the
a"1*1' ol strengthening peace, slrirtlj
^•erving the principle of noninterfer-
in the internal affairs of other
• '' stand for such negotiations and
' ] 'H such agreements' w ith foreign
Qf^ries as would lead to a relaxation
jx ^Jsion in international relations. Ii
•^"-evident thai am negotiations can
j. .^cressful miK if the other side, too,
1Ves to the same goal. We think that
under modem conditions this is the
onl) real road which could produce
The Soviel governmenl will consistent 1) continue to pursue the policy <>f
peace and general security which has
been justified and proven by practice
a polic) of friendlj relations with all
I lir normalization "I the international situation and the improvemenl of
relations between countries would promote the establishment of mutuall) advantageous economic relations between
the interested stales based on equality.
Every country must be able to sell
freel) all thai il can am) to buy all it
needs from other countries, without any
\s regards our country, we stand for
extensive trade with all countries, irrespective ol their stale or social structure.
II is dear lo all lhal without trade
lhat would lake respective interests into
accounl there can lie no normal relations between countries. I tic expansion
of international Hade relations and the
removal of barrier* obstruct ing luisi-
nes>lifce economic cooperation could
iirealh avist the impro\omeul of rela-
lions betweeiv slates.
We beliexe that in lhe capitalist < (ft]ii
tries I here arc sound fotco that will
find means lo impro\e relations between
countries in the interests of maintaining
peace and the security of the |i*N>ples.
The Soviel I nion is a peaceful roifw-
trv. She does not threaten anyone and
does not prepare to attack anybody. We
strive to develop political, economic and
cultural relations with all countries thai
want to have such relations with the
So\ iel I nion.
During the years ol war againsl
fascist Germany there existed a close
cooperation between the Soviel 1 nion.
the I nited States and Britain, later
joined b) Prance. Thai cooperation
pjave, as il is known, positive results,
ll could also continue now. in peace-
It is nol our fault thai the situation
has changed. \i present the governmenl
of the I nited State- tried to build its
relations with us nol on a basis of
mutual understanding, bul on the basis
of a polic) from a position ol power.
Such a policj is a dangerous policy. It
leads nol to cooperation but to the
worsening of relations. It does nol lead
to a restriction of the armaments race
and is fraughl with the threat of unleashing a new war.
The aggressive policy of the I nited
State- and her preparation for the unleashing of a new war should not be
underestimated by us.
The reactionary circle.- ol the I nited
States and of the countries depending
on ii endeavor io revive German militarism and to include a remilitarized
Ts FORUM NEWS, April,
\\ i'-Iitii Germany in the aggressive milium groupings of the' Western powers.
In Asia. toe., they are setting up mili-
t;ii\ blocs, organizing military provocation against the Chinese People's II.
public einel intervening in her internal
Ihr American governmenl has embarked on the dangerous road of aggravating the siluation in the area of
Taiwan i Formosa t.
ll increases there ils armed fours.
navy and air Forces, eiml continues i"
conduct a policy of provoking war.
Not taking accounl of the legitimate
rights of the Chinese People's Republic
and trampling upon international agreements, the United Stale's seized an
ancient and inalienable part of the
territory of China the island of Tai-
wan and transformed ii inter ;i hotbed
of military provocations in the Far East.
Our cannol help bul wonder at the
attitude assumed b\ the United Nations
in connection with this problem. Until
no\s. ii heis nol condemned the aggressive action ol the I nited States againsl
China and has nol demanded from the
I nihil Stairs ih,. immediate withdrawal
ol her armed Forces from Taiwan and
the restoration of the legitimate rights
ol the Chinese People's Republic.
I hr policj of lhe ("IiIik'-i- governmenl
rouejernjjig lhal prol.Inn has called forth
our complete appn.wil and support.
Tin Chin,-e People's le'epublic attract- the sj-mpailiy"uC lllr >"\ in p.a.pl.-
.iii.l "I all of ] i\, mankind pt'r-
e-isrlj I'H. atlse -I e- le Jina a -! i mjgle
lot" a ills! eenise, W |Tie honor elllel
inilrfii'iiile n, ,' "r-^^Jgr ee.iinli'v. In that
noble cause, the Chinese people can
reckon with the help of their faithful
friend, the greal So\ie't people'.
The' I nited States continues to expand the network of its military bases
around peaceful countries and to con-
duel an intense armaments rare-. In this.
a special stress is laid "ti the development of the air lone' einel of atomic
for a long time an atmosphere eef
\seu hysteria has reigned in the I nited
Stall's. Political and mililarv leaders fre-
quentlj make' warlike statements and
threats. Some' of them wenl so far as
to appeal openrj for the use of atomic
wea] s in a war against peace-loving
One must call to order those' madmen
who are rattling the atom bomb. This
is demanded b) the peoples, eiml no
government, of whatever country, ran
The poli.'j of the aggressive Forces of
the capitalist camp shall not catch our
Aggressors, ii seems, seriouslj think
thai the more lln-j threaten the more
we gel frightened. \\ ,■ have heard many