Yugoslavia: Political Relations between Yugoslavia and the UK

1 Jan 1982

A file of correspondence and reports concerning political relations between Yugoslavia and the United Kingdom. The documents cover a meeting between the British Foreign Secretary, Francis Pym, and the Yugoslav foreign minister, Lazar Mojsov, concerning the non-aligned movement and matters of international interest; messages of congratulation passed between the two countries to mark national days and the establishment of new governments; and discussions between Yugoslav and British officials concerning bilateral relations, the Yugoslav economy, and the Falklands dispute. Other documents in the file discuss the current economic difficulties facing Yugoslavia; Yugoslav foreign indebtedness; and concerns over the exposure of British firms bidding for contracts for an aluminium plant. The file also covers an enquiry from a Yugoslav academic on the laws regarding the use of archival materials in the U.K.; allegations concerning Britain's wartime relations with Yugoslavia; and the appointment of a new British ambassador to Yugoslavia.
agriculture united kingdom falkland islands archives business currency debt repayments factories international relations loans metals publishing soviet union yugoslavia oil second world war economics and trade non-aligned movement stagnation international debt economic policies anglo-yugoslav relations british foreign policy Yugoslav press Soviet-Yugoslav relations diplomatic officials Borba national holidays Andrei Gromyko Yugoslav government Edwin Bolland Lazar Mojsov Kenneth Scott Malcolm Rifkind Francis Pym Falklands War (1982) Dragi Stamenković
Collection ID
Falkland Islands Soviet Union United Kingdom
Department Reference
ENU 20/1
Document Type
Correspondence Meeting Minutes Press and Media Speeches and Public Statements
File Reference
FCO 28/5198
The following items have been removed from this file due to copyright restrictions: Borba, 06.01.1982, Our workers abroad Ve?ernje novosti, 25.12.1967, Behind the Scenes of Emigration.
Persons Discussed
Andrei Gromyko Dragi Stamenković Edwin Bolland Francis Pym Kenneth Scott Lazar Mojsov Malcolm Rifkind
Published in
United Kingdom
Subject Countries
Economics and Trade International Relations

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