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November 03, 1962

TELEGRAM FROM YUGOSLAV FOREIGN MINISTRY TO YUGOSLAV EMBASSIES IN WASHINGTON, HAVANA, MEXICO, CARACAS, AND LAPAZ, AND MISSIONS IN SANTIAGO DE CHILE, MONTEVIDEO, AND NEW YORK CITY (UNITED NATIONS)

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    A message from the Yugoslav Foreign Ministry (originally, the embassy in Rio), saying that they are extremely satisfied with Tito’s message which contributed to Brazilian President João Goulart’s decisiveness on Cuban crisis.
    "Telegram from Yugoslav Foreign Ministry to Yugoslav Embassies in Washington, Havana, Mexico, Caracas, and LaPaz, and Missions in Santiago de Chile, Montevideo, and New York City (United Nations)," November 03, 1962, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Archive of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (AMIP), Belgrade, Serbia, PA (Confidential Archive) 1962, Kuba, folder F-67. Obtained by Svetozar Rajak and Ljubomir Dimić and translated by Radina Vučetić-Mladenović. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/115477
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Ministry of Foreign Affairs, FPRY

Sending: IV department

Received:

No. 435762

Taken into process:

Date: 3.XI 1962

Completed:

Coded letter

Telegram

To Yugoslav Embassy

Washington, Havana, Mexico, Caracas, La Paz, Santiago de Chile

Legation of FPRY – Montevideo

Permanent Mission of the FPRY in UNO – New York

Embassy in Rio on Army’s reaction:

Extremely satisfied with Tito’s message which contributed to [Brazilian President João] Goulart’s decisiveness on Cuban crisis.

Russians withdrew in time, although responsible for the crisis. Kennedy consolidated his reputation. The USA proved that they wanted peace, besides demonstrating its power.

However, Brazil and the others proved that the peaceful solution was the only way.

They would like that comrade President [Tito] sends his message to Goulart and even more to the Brazilian people, as soon as the Cuban crisis approached the solution.

The embassy states that the Army is more united than ever and is with Goulart.

Lekić