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June 20, 1949

UNTITLED REPORT ON THE YUGOSLAV INTELLIGENCE SERVICES

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    After arriving in Beirut, Wadi' Khayyat is suspected to be a secret agent for the Cominform.
    "Untitled report on the Yugoslav Intelligence Services," June 20, 1949, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Emir Farid Chehab Collection, GB165-0384, Box 1, File 163/1, Middle East Centre Archive, St Antony’s College, Oxford. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/119856
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Beirut, Jun 20, 1949

Number 103/ Wadi’ Khayyat, a Catholic Armenian man, born in Mosul but spent a period of his life in Yugoslavia, as he is married to a Jewish Yugoslavian woman, had arrived in Beirut via Hungaria in July of last year [page 2] had taken residence at Hotel Babri.

I had found out from the Yugoslavian political refugees in Beirut that they are suspicious of this man and his wife and that they are secret agents for the Cominform.  They are also suspicious of contacts they are making for the Jews.  I will try my best to watch them and report back with my findings.

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