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Cuban and North tcrrupToEK^deTilTiy oT Views
A Joint connonn lqu6 issuedec caber at tbe end ofuevara's visit to North Korea ezprcr.se'd "complete identityiews." The Cubans and tho ,a'Horth Koreans bitterly denounced
tho Doited States in terms normally foundnu' Lq>signed by twp. nations. The communique chargedhe united States withcally pxeiraxingeres si on"
against North Koreae.ilitary aggressive acts'* againstGuevara-.
xpressed support 'a tfor" Pyongyang's demands thatroops -withdraw froafea and that peninsula-wide elections beUNreunify Korea.
The Communique drewto ratification of the agreement toortie' relations between the'Vccnmtrieas.'^ "This agreewmt,in'August, gave Worth
Korea its firstountry outside the bloc.
A member of Guevara'sHector Rodriguez Llompart, .visited Hanoi and Mongolia anddiplomatic relations .with those two countries. None of the throe.small Asian Communist .states.is expected to makeontrilyrtion to the Cuban I. economy, three mill pub-r'.-lAcizesstones ia their campaigns .for greater, internationaly. with the recognition ofietnam and Bongolia, Cubastablished diplomatic relations with all bloc members exceptand East Germany. Cheis to visit East Germany on his way back to Cuba from Moscow. (CONFIDENTIAL)
fi. Dec 60
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