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October 31, 1962

TELEGRAM FROM YUGOSLAV EMBASSY IN MEXICO (VLAHOV) TO YUGOSLAV FOREIGN MINISTRY

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    Yugoslav officials remark that significant publicity and acknowledgment was given to Tito’s message and initiative in regard to Brazilian President João Goulart’s messages, and Yugoslavia's activity in the UNO [United Nations Organization] has solidified their reputation as that of the nonaligned.
    "Telegram from Yugoslav Embassy in Mexico (Vlahov) to Yugoslav Foreign Ministry," October 31, 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/115480
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Ministry of Foreign Affairs, FPRY

Sending: Mexico

Received: 1.XI 62. at 07.30

No. 816

Taken into process: 1.XI 62. at 10.55

Date: 31.X 1962

Completed: 2.XI 62. at 11.20

Telegram

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To the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Significant publicity and acknowledgment was given: to Tito’s message and initiative; [Brazilian President João] Goulart’s messages, and our activity in the UNO [United Nations Organization]. Our reputation as well as that of the nonaligned was significantly strengthened. See our 814.

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