Internal and external anti-communists have been protesting and organizing mass demonstrations in Prague, destabilizing the political situation in Czechoslovakia. The peak of the social unrest occurred on 17-19 November. It is concluded that the political, economic, and foreign pressure, as a result of these events, have provoked the start of political change in the CSSR.
November 20, 1989
National Intelligence Daily for Monday, 20 November 1989
Declassified excerpts from this NID concern Indo-Nepali relations. Information withheld from this document about developments in Czechoslovakia and Bulgaria was declassified by the CIA in October 2019.
Approved for Release by the Central Intelligence Agency, August 2001, Document #000633354.
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