[Editor’s notes: The transcript of this document retains its original spellings, with corrections noted only where necessary for clarity.]
Meeting With Kramarenko USSR
[Handwritten names: “Sandi [Cobb Jones], Sharon [Amos]”]
13-6-78 [June 13, 1978]
Teh Russians were nice to me. He said that he had not got any answers back on what we had asked the other man. And that he would be back from Moscow July 5-15 around then. He was busy when we went in there because some of theur people were sick. He said we would have to talk to another man about our exodus. He said that tehy were very concerned about our leaders health. At first everybody told them that it was an emergency and their doctors had asked for a brief medical history of this disease about one page long from our doctor. He said that it is only professional. He had asked for this aout a month or 3 weeks ago and he has no repky. He cannot make a request for him to go their [there] until the doctors there know what is wrong with him and if they can treat him. Tehy don’t understand the delay (neither do I) He seemed nice and concerned, helpful.
G-1-g-1b [Reverse side of G-1-g-1a, not transcribed]