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June 07, 1961

TELEGRAM FROM THE ALBANIAN AMBASSADOR IN CAIRO, DELO BALILI, TO THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF ALBANIA

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    The ambassador informs the Ministry that the conference of non-aligned countries is still in session, and is divided into three groups. Balili calls the first group “rightists”, which includes India and Yugoslavia among others. He calls the second group “leftists”, which includes Cuba, Guinea, Somalia, etc. The last group, according to Balili, are the “centrists” which include the United Arab Republic, Ghana, etc. In this telegram, Balili describes the contentions between the three groups.
    "Telegram from the Albanian ambassador in Cairo, Delo Balili, to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Albania," June 07, 1961, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, AMPJSh V. 1961 D 422, p. 19 http://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/110161
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