ECONOMIC COOPERATION OF SOCIALIST COUNTRIES BECOMES STRONGER.-Communique on 11th Session of Council on Mutual Economic Aid

ECONOMIC COOPERATION OF SOCIALIST COUNTRIES BECOMES STRONGER.-Communique on 11th Session of Council on Mutual Economic Aid. (Pravda, May 19, p. 6. 1700 words. Condensed text:) The 11th regular session of the Council on Mutual Economic Aid was held in Tirana from May 13 to May 16, 1959. Taking part in the session were delegations of all member-countries of the Council on Mutual Economic Aid, headed by Comrade Spiro Koleka, First Vice-Chairman of the Albanian People's Republic Council of Ministers; Comrade R. Hristozov, member of the Bureau of the Bulgarian People's Republic Council of Ministers; Comrade A. Apro, First Vice-Chairman of the Hungarian People's Republic Council of Ministers; Comrade B. Leuschner, Vice-Chairman of the German Democratic Republic Council of Ministers; Comrade P. Jaroszewicz, Vice-Chairman of the Polish People's Republic Council of Ministers; Comrade A. Birladeanu, Vice-Chairman of the Rumanian People's Republic Council of Ministers; Comrade A. Kosygin, Vice-Chairman of the U.S.S.R. Council of Ministers, and Comrade O. Simunek, Vice-Chairman of the Czechoslovak Republic Government. Representatives of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, the Chinese People's Republic, the Korean People's Democratic Republic and the Mongolian People's Republic took part in the session as observers.

Comrade Spiro Koleka, head of the Albanian People's Republic delegation and First Vice-Chairman of the Albanian Council of Ministers, presided at the session.

Comrade Mehmet Shehu, Chairman of the Albanian People's Republic Council of Ministers, greeted the session on behalf of the Albanian Labor Party Central Committee and the government.

The 11th regular session of the council coincided with a memorable date, the tenth anniversary of the Council on Mutual Economic Aid. The session heard a report by the council secretary on the tenth anniversary of the Council on Mutual Economic Aid and adopted a resolution on this subject.

The council session discussed reports and proposals which the C.M.E.A. standing committees submitted on economic ties among member-countries of the council arising from plans for ...

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