Opening of Wallenberg Files Raises Hopes of Solving Mystery
Aug. 15, 1989
STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) _ A Soviet offer of thousands of Jews from Nazi concentration camps, vanished after his arrest by Soviet troops entering Budapest, Hungary, in January 1945.
The Soviets say files discovered in 1957 showed Wallenberg, who would be 77 today, died of a heart attack i closest relatives, to Moscow for talks on his disappearance.
The group is to travel to Moscow in mid-October.
In Moscow, Soviet Foreign Ministry spokesman Yuri Gremitskikh said Wallenberg's relatives ''probably will have the opportunity to acican spy.