COMMUNISTS: Somewhere in Rumania

The first hint of big things to come was the announcement from Belgrade that Russia would at last make good on its broken promise of $250 million in aid to Tito's Yugoslavia. Four days later came Radio Moscow's announcement: Soviet Communist Boss Nikita Khrushchev and Tito had met "somewhere in Rumania," Khrushchev had brought along a tidy delegation, including agile First Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyan, a trade expert, and 76-year-old Otto Kuusinen, former Secretary of the Comintern. But Khrushchev's old partner, Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin, did not come along, and he will not accompany the boss to East Germany...

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