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November 02, 1962

TELEGRAM FROM YUGOSLAV FOREIGN MINISTRY, BELGRADE, TO YUGOSLAV EMBASSIES IN HAVANA AND WASHINGTON AND THE YUGOSLAV MISSION TO THE UNITED NATIONS, NEW YORK

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    The Yugoslav Foreign Ministry relays to its embassies a summary of the Brazilian proposal on the Cuban Missile Crisis which, they say, mainly includes: the denuclearization of Latin America with inspections, Cuba's commitment to not "export" revolutionary operations, and guarantees to Cuba for sovereignty and independence. Allegedly, Castro welcomed the idea of the above plan. Brazil thinks that the USA could accept it after negotiations.
    "Telegram from Yugoslav Foreign Ministry, Belgrade, to Yugoslav Embassies in Havana and Washington and the Yugoslav Mission to the United Nations, New York," November 02, 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/115481
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Ministry of Foreign Affairs, FPRY

Sending: IV department

Received:

No. 435662

Taken into process:

Date: 2.XI 1962

Completed:

Coded telegram

DDD

To the Embassy of the FPRY

Havana, Washington

To the Permanent Mission of FPRY at the UNO-New York

According to the report of our Embassy in Rio the Brazilian concept, which Castro was informed by [Brazilian emissary Gen. Albino] Da Silva, mainly includes:

deatomization [denuclearization] of the whole of LA [Latin America] with the inspection of the UNO [United Nations Organization], which would make a precedent for the general problem of inspection.

Cuba’s commitment that it will not “export” revolution and make any subversive operations.

Guarantees to Cuba for its sovereignty and independence.

Allegedly Castro welcomed the idea of the above plan.

Brazilians think that the USA could accept it after negotiations.

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