CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

Created: 6/22/1954

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SL CON. RES. 91

CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

To esprese the sense of Congress on iaterfer-vr.ee io Western Hemisphere affairs by the

Soviet Communists.

By Mr. Johnson of Texas

eferral lo (be Coaunlttee on Pomlgn Rotations

CIA HISTORICAL REVIEW PROGRAM

GONGRKSS

con. res. 91

IN TBE SENATE OF. THE UNITED STATES 7

Mr. Johnson of Texas submitted the following concurrent resolution; which was referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations

CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

Whereas for many years it has been the joint policy of the United States and the other States in the Westernto act vigorously to prevent external interference in the affairs of the nations of the Western Hemisphere; and

Whereas in the recent past there has come to light strongof intervention by Soviet Communists in tie State of Guatemala, whereby government institutions have been infiltrated by Soviet agents, weapons of war have been secretly shipped into that country, and the pattern of Soviet conquest has become manifest; and

Whereas on Sunday,he Soviet Government vetoed in the United Nations Securityesolution to refer the matter of the recent outbreak of hostilities in Guatemala to the Organization of American Slates:be it

X Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives

hat it is the sense of Congress that the United

States should naffirm its detennination to prevent inter

ference in Western Hemisphere affairs by the Soviet Oom-

munists and take all necessary and proper steps to insuro

that tlie Organization of American States take direct and

appropriate action to prevent any further Soviet interference

in the affairs of (ho states of the Western Hemisphere.

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