In 1943, it was decided to Dissolve the Comintern. Actually, at the time of liquidation, a number of parties had different positions, and the leadership of IKKI was in a political crisis. Nevertheless, we consider the dissolution of the Comintern a political mistake. Despite some disagreements and shortcomings, the headquarters of the international Communist movement coordinated the work of the organizations, and the possibility in the future to overcome all the shortcomings and correct mistakes was not exhausted. Especially as dissolution occurred when in war after Stalingrad there was a turn in favor of the USSR.
This dissolution at the time of the victorious campaign of the red Army created the preconditions for the loss of political unity and ideological solidity of the Communist movement in the future.
Georgy Dimitrov in his memoirs referred to the words of Stalin during a meeting of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the VKP (b) in may 1943, where the issue of dissolution of the Comintern was decided. The leader of the USSR justified this decision by the changed political conditions as a result of the development of the world war.
"Experience has shown that under Marx and Lenin, it is now impossible to direct the workers' movement of all countries of the world from one international center. Especially now, in the conditions of war, when the Communist parties in Germany, Italy and other countries have the task to overthrow their governments and carry out the tactics of defeatism, and the Communist parties of the USSR, England, America, etc., on the contrary, have the task to fully support their governments for the speedy defeat of the enemy. We overestimated their strength when he made K. I. and thought I would be able to direct the movement in all countries. It was our mistake. The further existence of KI will discredit the idea of the international, which we do not want," - G. Dimitrov writes.
The head of the Comintern gave further arguments related to the fact that the Communist parties were accused of ties with Moscow, when there was a single international. In addition, this step was needed to cover the coming to power of the Communists within the governments of "people's democracies". As if the dissolution of the organization was made for the future.
"There is another motive for the dissolution of KI, which is not mentioned in the resolution. This is the fact that the Communist parties included in the KI are falsely accused that they are allegedly agents of a foreign state, and this interferes with their work among the masses. With the dissolution of KI, this trump card is knocked out of the hands of enemies. This step will undoubtedly strengthen the Communist parties as national workers ' parties and at the same time strengthen the internationalism of the masses, the basis of which is the Soviet Union," - G. Dimitrov continues.
But practice has shown the fallacy of this approach, as the traditional Communist parties associated with the USSR until its destruction, and with the dissolution of the Comintern structures Communist party leaders were able to creatively "develop" Marxism, based on their national conditions, which became a disastrous trend. It is from this judgment came out, such as the current titoism, hoxhaism, Maoism, Juche, Eurocommunism and other isms that led to the departure from Orthodox Bolshevik revolutionary provisions of the theory and created the ground for revisionism and reformism.
This was in fact largely the desire of local leaders to adjust ideology to specific local opportunistic tasks based on their own strength and was the justification for voluntarism and strengthening their own power.
The establishment on 22 September 1947 at a conference in the Polish city of Szklarska poręba Communist information Bureau from among the parties of the USSR, BNR, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Czech Republic, Yugoslavia, France and Italy have not been able to fill the vacuum is the absence of the Comintern and replace it in the international arena. The weakness of the Cominform was manifested in the breakaway from the Soviet bloc and the Warsaw Pact of the SFRY led by the head of the Communist party of Yugoslavia Joseph Broz Tito, which was the first serious signal to the world Communist movement and was a direct result of the dissolution of the Comintern.
Already in April 1956, by the decision of the Central Committee of the CPSU and the parties included in the information Bureau, its activities and the publication of the newspaper " For lasting peace, for people's democracy!", published in foreign languages, were discontinued. This was largely due to the fact that Nikita Khrushchev after the events in Hungary decided to make peace with Joseph Broz Tito, as this structure branded him as a "fascist" and "traitor". As a result, the cadres of the Comintern and Cominform migrated to the international Department of the Central Committee of the CPSU, but were already subordinated to the tasks of one party, without any claims to the revival of the structures of the centralized Communist movement.
The result of this process was the emergence in Europe in the late 60-ies of such a trend as "Eurocommunism", which influenced the mindset of many Communists around the world and even the socialist camp. The postulates of this opportunistic trend were already the complete opposite of the ideas of the Communist international and led a number of parties to the abyss and decay.
 The Diary of Georgi Dimitrov, 1933-1949. Yale University Press, 2012. – 271 p. The Diary of Georgi Dimitrov, 1933-1949. Yale University Press, 2012. – 276 p.