A file containing documents relating to Yugoslavia's relations with foreign countries, Yugoslav foreign policy, and Yugoslav opinions on significant world events. Subjects discussed in the file include the Yugoslav position following the collapse of the Paris Summit; Yugoslav press reactions to Soviet press criticism of Yugoslav political ideology; and a gap in the provision of reports by the British embassy in Belgrade. Documents in the file include summaries of issues discussed in the Yugoslav press, including May Day celebrations; the abduction of Adolf Eichmann, a former senior Nazi; and Yugoslav relations with countries including West Germany, South Korea, the United States, the Soviet Union, Great Britain, and France. Other issues covered in the reports include nuclear disarmament; the U-2 incident; British and American foreign policy; and a visit to Yugoslavia by Sir Winston Churchill, the former British prime minister, who had met Josip Tito, the Yugoslav premier.
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