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Wacław Grzybowski

Deputy to the Polish Sejm from 1927 to 1935 and ambassador to the Soviet Union from July 1936 to 17 September 1939.

Wacław Grzybowski

Deputy to the Polish Sejm from 1927 to 1935 and ambassador to the Soviet Union from July 1936 to 17 September 1939.

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According to local diplomatic circles, the Non-aggression pact is a big success for the Soviets. It can guarantee them a free hand in the early stages of a conflict. However, no one believes the Soviets will engage in a deeper collaboration with the Germans. Military missions stay in Moscow for now, the date of their departure has not been set yet.

Today’s press comments do not shed enough light on the Soviet motivation for the pact.

The Chinese Charge d’affaires reported that the Chinese view of the pact is negative, because it diminishes the possibility of assistance from Great Britain, and China can’t count on any help from the Soviets.