f thioviot divisions in the western military districts of the USSR which we believe would provide the bulk of any invasionobilization activity observed at two divisions.
warsaw pact meeting concludes
f>,theministers* session in bucharest ended
" lmt year"sloth were characterized as taking placebusinesslikehrase used to denote disagree*"" the brief press release-almost identical to last yoar's--provided no details on the topics discussed
the polish situation probably headed the hit,divisive issues such a.on probably also were
s*stinov and warsaw pact commander marshal kulikov returned to moscow yesterday after attending the meeting.
political developments in poland
rt.v vrard,dreleased late yester-
claiming that the future of poland is at stake, tied the central committee to thehas become the slogan for kania's
moderate policies. the committee also lashed out at
people in poland who do not hide theirgoals" and vowed to "upset their plans"and chaos."
bringing militants under rein, the polish media announced
erf^ns"he ministrj or national defense had met and expressed "profound concern-over the "serious threat" to social and economic order, mis seems to suggest that the central committee made some decisions on the conditions for the use of forco.
.Warsaw yesterday retracted the part of Foreign Trade Minister- Karski's speech announcing Poland's attempts to reschedule until5 Western debts due in the'V next three years. The revised version of the speech Said, instead that Poland would seek new crp^if^ +ncurrent repayments.
Pravda'a coverage of Kania's opening speech on Monday played up the tougher part of his remarks at thet the same time Pravda omitted Kania's statement thatmust understand that the Polish regime's'.new' direction is unshakable, in his closing remarks to the Central Committee session on Tuesday, Kaniaomestic enemies of socialism more explicitly than in -his speech oh the opening day of the session. zvestia has assailed the Westernin West.inciting trouble in Poland. MMM*
Meeting in Praeue
East German Premier Stoph completed two days cf talks on Wednesday with Czechoslovak Foreign Minister Strougal. The meeting seemed to have been hastily ax-ranged at Prague's request and was the latestlurryexchanges between high-level East German and Czechoslovak officials aimed at least partly at putting pressure on Poland. MMMt
The ostensible purpose of the visit was tobilateral economic relations for the next five-year planj this was also the stated purpose oj Strougal's recent visits to Bulgaria and Roman!