1960: Soviet Union-USA Demand for U.S. apology for spying

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 At the United Nations, Soviet Premier Khrushchev demands that the U.S. apologize for recent spying activity, which he termed “unprecedented treacherous acts,” before there can be any improvement in Soviet-U.S. relations.

To: 
Soviet Union
From: 
USA
Year of Apology: 
1960
Footnote: 
Welles, Benjamin. “Premier Insists on U.S. Apology.” New York Times. October 4, 1960.