LATIN AMERICA - 2. COLOMBIA'S POSITION ON THE CUBAN ISSUE

Created: 8/4/1960

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LATIN AMERICA::

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or its rlew that Cuba's poUclea

hreat to the Organization of American States (OAS) rather

INTELLIGENCE DIGEST Supplement

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bilateral conflict with tho tho Colombian Foreign evaluation Of Cuba aa follows: "Othergradual deterioration of the result of Cuba's disregard to

Assistance; Cuba political and support of the USSR, demonstrating that "Itsagainst the United States la owingolicy rather

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chief threat in tho Cuban attitude is ita "syatematic disregard and challenge to the Inter-Americanho Colombian Government instructed its diplomatic representatives to sound out the attitudes of the governments to which they aro accredltod. It alsothat this view bo presented to the delegates in the OAS council and member nations to influence them to abandon Jw J* fear otthe presumably popular Cuban causeountries. ear is known to be partly responsi-the hesitant attitude of some countries in thetoward tho Cuban problem.

haa been radio recently branded doopen" hla hostility.

Colombian Presidenttanch defender and former secretary general of tho OAS, is opposed to Castro'sarget of Cuban propaganda. ontrolled Cuban Lloras anhich la likely to

roup of Colombian congresaional representatives* reported.ly callod forForeign Ministry report onolombia.

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