June 17, 1967
Central Committee of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia, 'The Near East Situation and Our Further Procedure"
PRESIDIUM OF THE CENTRAL COMMITEE OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF CZECHOSLOVAKIA
Order number: 28
Regarding: The Near East situation and our further procedure
This report on the Near East situation and the proposals for our proceeding further is being presented for final approval - according to the decision made by the Presidium of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia on June 13th. We present this report on the course of negotiations and on the information regarding further requirements laid down by the Egyptian party.
a) Information about the situation
b) Proposal of proceeding further
a) Preliminary conclusions regarding the causes of the United Arab Republic's and the Arab states' defeat including some ideas within military policy from the military aspects point of view
b) Overview of the hitherto deliveries and aid for the Arab states in the 1956-1966 period and a comparison of the Arab states technology with Israeli technology
c) Materials that can be released for delivery into Arab states (sales or as a donation)
d) Information regarding the Czechoslovak relationships with the United Arab Republic and the Syrian Arab Republic
Handed in by: Cde. V. Koucký
Cde. V. David
Cde. O. Kaderka
Cde. B. Lomský
Cde. O. Rytíř
June 17th 1967
Number of pages: 52
This document needs to be returned at the latest within one month to the Secretariate of the First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia
Cover page to a long report on the outcome of the Six-Day War and Czechoslovakian relations with the United Arab Republic.
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