Mr. Nikita Khrushchev, Soviet Prime Minister, during the third day of his 12-day goodwill visit to Poland, speaking while on a visit to an International Mineworkers’ Congress at Sosnowiec, Southern Poland on July 16, said that Russia “never, never, never” would launch a war, but he added that he would welcome any rising by any nation against capitalist “robbers”. Later in the speech, Mr. Khrushchev made several references to the working classes of non-Communist countries and their internal struggle against capitalism.