During the fifties, sino-soviet relations were essentially benign, even if the ideological roots of the Sino-Soviet split originated in the 1940s and started just after the Sino-Soviet Treaty of Friendship and Alliance (1950).
By 1961, the Communist Party of China formally denounced the Soviet variety of Communism as a product of “The Revisionist Traitor Group of Soviet Leadership”. However, before to split, both the propaganda departments stimulated feelings of friendship and cooperation in their respective populations.
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