THE SITUATION IN CUBA

Created: 11/14/1962

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THE SITUATION IN CUBA

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Photography ofovember, on analysis, shows no change ln the status craft at San Julian airfield except for of camouflage netting. There are seven planesassembled or nearly so, four partiallyand two uncrated fuselages, alongrates. We have no new coverage of Holguln

At least four of thehips which havemissiles and associated equipment from( Cuba now are scheduled to unload at Odessa in the Black Sea. Latest position reports make lt appear that most of the others areimilar heading. The passenger ship NIKOLAEVSK, probably carrying missile personnel, is heading for Kaliningrad ln the Baltic.

There is still no progress report on Mikoyan's talks with Castro, nor any indication of when Mikoyan plans to leave. The Soviets appear to be givingsupport to Castro's "fivend abroadcast has referred to Mr. Gilpatrlc'sor. thesflimsy argument" fora US quaarantee and continuing tbe blockade.

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