By September, 1948, at the time of the declaration of North Korea, North Korea, came clearly defining the path of socialist construction, in which the greatest support has provided Soviet Union. On this support, which is quite natural, more information is available in the Soviet historical literature . The most important aspect of ensuring stability in the northern part of the Korean Peninsula was staying there the Soviet army. However, the very next day after the proclamation of North Korea, September 10, 1948, the Supreme People's Assembly adopted an appeal to the governments of the USA and the Soviet Union to withdraw its troops from Korea. A month later, on October 8, 1948, the North Korean government turned to the Soviet Union with a proposal to establish diplomatic and economic relations, and received a positive response for 12 of October. This day is the day of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries. The first Soviet ambassador to North Korea became TF Shtykov (the years 1948-1950), was appointed to this post October 16, 1948 and the former head of the Soviet delegation in the Joint Soviet-American Commission on Korea. Following the Soviet Union during October - November 1948 North Korea admitted the future socialist state: the Polish People's Republic, the Mongolian People's Republic, the Czechoslovak Republic, the People's Republic of Bulgaria and others.
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