CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY OFFICE OF CURRENT INTELLIGENCE
Current Intelligence Weekly Summary
CURRENT INTELLIGENCE WEEKLY SUMMARY7
security forces on Cyprus neve recently roundthat the Greek Cypriot ndergroundA,s preparing lo break tho seven-month truce on the island if the UN debate later thia fall does not neet tho demands of Groek Cypriote for Documents discovered In an EOKA establishment in Sep-teaber and information recently volunteeredefectedmember of EOKA havea British assessment that "spectacular damage" could be done in the initial stages of terrorist attacks. British authorities say, however, that security forces could control the situation and woulddestroy the Cypriot
Averoff hasGreece now will "Inevitably"irmer position regarding asettlementesult of the Labor party's declaration. Since both the politicaland tho press in Greecea Labor victory in the next British general elections, the Karamanlis government would be faced with strong internal opposition If it settled for less than the solution of the Cyprus issue proposed by the Labor party.
Rumors continue thatCypriots may be building up secret arms caches. Although leaders in Athens and among tho Greek Cyprlots have previously accused the Turks on thoof supplying these weapons, tho Turkish newspapers have only
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