Soviet Politician the First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Nikita Khrushchev Signed Post WWII Document

Soviet Politician the First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Nikita Khrushchev Signed Post WWII Document

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Typed letter from November, 1947 signed by Nikita Khruschev, a Ukrainian Leader at that time, countersigned by Korotchenko a secretary of Central Committee of Communist Party of Ukraine.  

Translates in part:

To Chief of Oblispolkom (District Executive Communist Party) com. Reshetnjak

To Chief of Oblkompart (District Communist Committee) com. Profatilov

Resolution of the Council of Minister of the USSR and the Council of Ministers of Ukraine regarding expansion of commercial network in Your District fulfils absolutely unsatisfactory.

On the second half of 1947 there are opened 55 stores instead of planed 230, among them co-operative society opened 19 instead of 192.

Ukrainian Council of Ministers and Central Committee of Communist Party of Ukraine is charging you to check out immediately fulfilling planes of additional opening of consumer net, repairing an existing stores, cleaning premises and ensure the exceeding of these tasks up to 12/05/47 in every city, workers settlement, region.

Ukrainian Council of Ministers and Central Committee of Communist Party of Ukraine draw your attention on the exceptional importance of these measures that provides a fulfillment of government resolutions regarding this question.

The report to be presented on 11/28/47.

 

Signed “Khruschev” in green ink as Chief of Ukrainian Council of Ministers;

Demyan Korotchenko as  Secretary of Central Committee of Communist Party of Ukraine.

 

Two pages, typed in Cyrillic in very good condition with file holes at blank left margins. 

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