Written: Written on June 7, 1921
Published: First published in 1932 in Lenin Miscellany XX
Comrade Stu&cwhatthe;ka (Secret)
In fulfilment of your request, I wrote this very day to Chicherin, asking him to put more pressure on the Latvian Government, and to send a telegram to Hanecki telling him of my request to exert pressure without fail and rescue the workers.
Best greetings and congratulations on the successes of the communist movement in Latvia!
 Written in reply to P. I. Stu&chat;ka’s letter to Lenin of June 6, 1921, requesting help in exchanging two workers, members of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Latvia, up before a military tribunal in Riga for persons arrested in the R.S.F.S.R. for anti-Soviet activity, whom the bourgeois government of Latvia would like to see released. In the final part of his letter, Stu&cwhatthe;ka said that the influence of the Communist Party in Latvia was growing.