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Such allusions and assurances were reiterated (although in a vaguer form) by the head of the Prussian Government, Göring, when he met the Ambassador on May 244 . Two weeks later, after the Reichstag had ratified the Soviet-German protocol of 1931, which had prolongated the Berlin Treaty of non-aggression, Hitler proclaimed from its dais that his crusade against Communism should in no way affect the relations between the two states: "Toward the Soviet Union, the Reich Government intends to cultivate friendly relations advantageous to both parties.
Recently Dirksen on different occasions called on me with perturbed requests to inform him whether we had any agreements with Poland unknown to him, whether negotiations on such agreements were conducted... etc.
N. Willys to the Secretary of State, Warsaw, Oct. 21, 1931, SDNA: 860c. 01/440). 26. DVP: 7, 425. For notes of the Polish legation in Moscow to the NKID, August 23 and September 16, 1924, and the Soviet replies to them, see DiM: 4, Nos 228, 233, 231, 234. For earlier exchanges on the Eastern Galician problem, see P. N. Olshanski. Rizhskiy dogovor i razvitie sovetsko-pol'skikh otnoshenii 1921-1924. Moscow, 1974, 215, 225-227. 27. Petrushevich, a prominent Galician leader in exile, who fought for the reunification of Ukrainian lands within the USSR, in a conversation with a counsellor of the Soviet Embassy in Berlin in September 1932 accused Moscow and Kharkov of sacrificing the Ukrainians to the aim of maintaining normal relations with the Polish occupants (AVP RF: 082, inv.