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September 03, 1961

TELEGRAM FROM THE ALBANIAN AMBASSADOR IN BELGRADE, TAHMAZ BEQARI, TO THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF ALBANIA

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    The ambassador reports on the proceedings of the Belgrade conference of non-aligned countries, and about the differences and nuances of the stances of various delegations. Except India, Libya, and the United Arab Republic, all delegations were in favor of China’s participation in the United Nations. In addition, Nehru pointed out that colonialism is in agony while the Ghanaian, Cuban, Iraqi, Nepalese and Ethiopian delegations claimed to the contrary. When Dorticós, the Cuban President, began unmasking American imperialism, the diplomats of Western countries left the conference. The diplomats of friendly countries, according to Beqari, called the speeches of the conference “80% positive.”
    "Telegram from the Albanian ambassador in Belgrade, Tahmaz Beqari, to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Albania," September 03, 1961, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, AMPJSh V. 1961 D 422, p. 58 http://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/110540
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