Letter to the Swedish Prime Minister Carlsson

27-04-1995, by Ingvar Carlsson,

Dear Mr Grunberg,

Thank you for your letter of March 22, concerning Raoul Wallenberg. Your proposal has been given careful consideration. I can assure you that the Swedish government and I personally maintain a strong commitmment to the search for the truth concerning the fate of £Raoul Wallenberg. That is why a Swedish-Russian working group has now been active for 3 1/2 years. This group has also included American participants. That is also why we highly appreciate and support the contributions of others, both organizations and individuals, to this work. -> More
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Answer from the President of the European Parliament

23-03-1995,

Dear Mr Grunberg,

Thank you for your letter of 15 February 1995 concerning th 50th anniversary of Raoul Wallenbe’s disaprearance and proposal to celebratez this significant event.

I have forwarded your letter for consideration by the Human Right Subcommittee which has examined the Wallenberg « dossier » on several ocasions in the past. -> More
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Letter to Andreas Wigger, Head of the International Committee of the Red Cross Delegation

11-01-1995,

Your Excellency,

Please find enclosed some information about the search for Mr. Wallenberg.

May I respectfully request, if you are able to find out from your office in Swizerland and the Russian Federation, if they have som new information about the search for Mr. Wallenberg.

I would be pleased to meet with you, to personally inform you about our activities.-> More