The leaders of the Warsaw Pact countries meet in Moscow to discuss the tense situation in Poland. They decide against a military intervention.
In another memo by the SED Politburo member Werner Krolikowski, he writes: "It would be good if Comrade L. I. Brezhnev were to speak with EH to make him listen to reason. (…) EH is pursuing an irresponsible, two-faced, zig-zag policy in GDR-FRG relations, which is leading to unease and growing uncertainty. (…)more