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dated October 13, 1954: Russians to quit base

The Soviet Union has agreed to withdraw her troops before next May from Port Arthur, fortified base on the Yellow Sea, which she has occupied since 1945, a joint Sino-Russian communique announced in Moscow on October 11. Soviet airborne troops had occupied Port Arthur in August 1945 with the consent of the then Chinese Government of Chiang Kai-shek. They were to have remained in the Southern Manchurian Port for 30 years.

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