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I 0001 i ii~i~i~i~/h i i / Approved For ReIdVA6 200T/(": cSECRET75A00q00340001-0 8 December 1962 25X1 / 0 25X1 r - ., . zw~ opy Nc . ML TE I 16E.A- CE / Gy~o 41 ES OF'M~~CY / 25X1 / DIA and DOS have no objection to declassification and release GROUP 1 DIA and DOS review(s) completed. Excluded from automatic downgrading and / declassification / Approved For Release 2 : ~~~~ 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/03/10 : CIA-RDP79T00975AO06700340001-0 Approved For Release 2003/03/10 : CIA-RDP79T00975AO06700340001-0 i ii ........................... i 25X 8 December 1962 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN CONTENTS F 25X I. 2. India - Communist China: Border situation quiet. (Page 2) 3. Congo: Adoula blames US and UN for state of affairs in Congo. (Page 3) 4. Syria: Active dissidence in Syrian armedforces. (Page 4) 5. Israel - Syria: A serious border clash may de- velop soon. (Page 5) 7. Indonesia: Djakarta seeks extension of its USSR debt repayments schedule. (Page 7) 8. 9. Common Market- -Britain: Brussels meeting may bring showdown on Britain's EEC member- ship. (Page 8) Notes: West Germany, Venezuela, Chile, Burma. (Page 9) Approved For Release - 06700340001-0 25X Approved For Refe 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/03/10 : CIA-RDP79T00975AO06700340001-0 Next 1 Page(s) In Document Exempt Approved For Release 2003/03/10 : CIA-RDP79T00975AO06700340001-0 Approved For ReI? a 2003/03/10 : CIA-RDP79T00975AOGW0340001-0 COMMUNIST CHINA/ INDIA BORDER AREAS C7- H PI N . ~2o.sa PANGON.W,A,REk Rudog EM WHOI igong SfKKIM, N Gan?IOY~_ E P A dar4m L 41~ e ~ ? rlrBUr Chumbi Vallsy~ Booodory shown on recens Chinese Communism maps (Where differing from US and western mop.) IIIllJI Boondony sF.ewro q; fegnr India e.o , !':here differinq from US and .Sosmern mops! Boondory shown on oosr US and W- -Rood or mock ? 21020 Spot height fin feer) Pass Chinese-proposed Demilitarized Zone--based on November 1959 "Line of Actual Control"--shown in Peiping's People's Dai I of 11 November 1962. 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/03/10 : CIA-RDP79T00975AO06700340001-0 8 Dec 62 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN Map Page Approved For ReI e - X00340001-0 WOMMM/ India - Communist Chinn he border situation West Pakistan border. The only substantial Indian units now deployed against Pakistan are one full- strength and two under-strength divisions in Kashmir , and a full-strength division has been alerted for a j move j he six-nation Colombo conference is still sched- uled to convene on 10 Decemb r 25X 25X, % 8 Dec 62 DAILY BRIEF 2 MM Approved For Releas 006700340001-0 25~ % remains quiet. There are conflicting reports of the extent of Chinese withdrawal, and India is still pro- crastinating on China's proposals for negotiations, claiming that it still is considering them ,he Chinese appear to be withdrawing very slowly in the Northeast Frontier Agency and not at all in Ladakh. India's director of Military Intelli- M gence has confirmed that withdrawal is under way, 0 25X1 but has not specified where the withdrawals are tak- ing place. Indian information on the subject is limited because of restrictions New Delhi has im- posed on forward patrollin j L dia is continuing to move troops away from the Approved For Rgle - 0 06700340001-0 25Xd r fi/ Congo: Adoula is bitterly blaming the US and UN for the state of affairs in the Congo. In an emotional tirade to Ambassador Gullion on 5 December, Adoula said that he had been "idiotically" patient with the UN and its reintegration plan, but US and UN "hesitancy and timidity" on forcing Tshombe''s compliance had resulted in its failure. He said the UN had "never been able to deliver on anything" and that the US, since it was dominant in the UN, would have to bear a heavy responsibility. Adoula said it was now impossible for him to de- f end himself in Parliament and he doubted he could stay in office ten more days. F- I 8 Dec 62 DAILY BRIEF Approved For Releas 2003/03/10 :CIA-RDP79T00975 006700340001-0 25 2bA Approved For Rel )QO0340001 -0 ~~ia.4~~ctive dissidence has again appeared in the Syrian armed forces. Two separate officer groups, one pro-Nasir and the other conservative, are in op- position to the present high command. 25X1 4(The air force chief has been ousted and a number of pro-Nasir junior- and middle-grade army officers have been arrested. Rumors persist that the air force chief was involved in an abortive rightist cou T) 5 he high command itself is reported to be split OZYP over proposals to acquire more military equipment from the USSR. These disputes among the military are occurring against a background of increasing fric- tion between rightists and leftists in the Azm cabinEW 8 De, 62 DAILY BRIEF 25 PM Approved For Relea 2003103110 CIA-ROP 7 M0,97 06700340001-0 2 j Approved For RelWe 2003/03/10: CIA-RDP79T00975A Q,~b0340001-0 25X Israel-Syria: The Syrian army on the Israeli border is taking a1nore belligerent attitude and a serious clash may develop within a few day On 4 December Syrian troops fired on Israelis cultivating in the demilitarized zone along the fron- tier. They used higher caliber weapons than employed in previous border incidents of this kin Israeli Prime Minister Ben-Gurion has empha- size's to the US ambassador that his government takes a "very serious view" of the incident and will react forcefully to any repetition. The Israelis have asked UN officials to seek assurances from the Syrians that the attack will not be repeated 25X 25X j 8 Dec 62 DAILY BRIEF 5 j Approved For Releas 6700340001-0 25XO j Approved For Release 2003/03/10 : CIA-RDP79T00975AO06700340001-0 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/03/10 : CIA-RDP79T00975AO06700340001-0 I Indonesia: A delegation of top Soviet economic experts is to arrive in Djakarta on 15 December to discuss stretching out Indonesia's debt repayments to the USSR. Indonesia has contracted for a total of nearly $1.2 billion in military and economic aid from the USSR. It owes more than $750 million in principal and interest for credits already drawn. This year's unpaid installment on the arms debt alone is about $32 million. Indonesia meanwhile is continuing its efforts to obtain new aid from outside the bloc. it is negotiat- ting for a $100 million credit from Hong Kong bank- ing interests, and Foreign Minister Subandrio is anxious to complete arrangements for further eco- nomic aid from the US before rescheduling the pay- ments to the USSR. Efforts to obtain additional aid from Japan have ai3varently failed. 8 Dec 62 DAILY BRIEF ami'~:rcl "!J ~l~~:~~~~~~~~~!1'~~~~ll~'P7'gTUi[7006700340001 -0 Approved For Releas 2 5 Approved For ReldWb 2003/03/10: CIA-RDP79TOO975AO 0340001-0 MEN Common AUrket- -Britain: ri&e three-day meet- ing opening in Brussels on 10 December may produce a showdown on Britain's bid for Common Market (EEC) membershiW JTn high-level talks earlier this week, the Six agreed to make a major effort to accelerate the acces- sion talks, but took a generally rigid position on sub- stantive problems, such as Britain's commitments to its Outer Seven partner-_0 4CAAlthough the French were tougher than the others in opposing any new EEC offer regarding arrange- ments for Britain's domestic agriculture, the US mission to the EEC believes all Six are basically united in insisting that London adopt and apply the EEC's common gr~i ultural policy with a minimum of transitional aid-3.1 I 8 Dec 62 DAILY BRIEF Approved For Relea e 2003/03/10: CIA-RDP79TOO975AO 1 6700340001-0 2 5 Xr// 25X/1 I Approved For Reldwb 003/03/10 : CIA-RDP79TOO975A OQ 0340001 -0 NOTES West German : Despite US efforts to stop NATO Nor countries from shipping to the USSR pipe suitable for oil pipelines, the West German Government has de- cided not to prevent the conclusion of new contracts for 200,000 tons of pipe. The reluctance of the NATO countries to enforce an embargo has been reinforced by recent Japanese sales of such pipe. F 25 25X1 Venezuela: nie sabotage of a US-owfied chemical installation in Caracas on 6 December may mark the MI 0 beginning of a new wave of Communist violence, ac- cording to the US Embassy. Persons responsible for the sabotage were purportedly members of the pro- Castro National Ldberation Forces, which has fre- 11011m, auently been involvpd in tprrnrict activitv in the nast 25X1 Chile: Anti-Communists in Chile's Radical Party, a member of the coalition government, apparently plan to force a showdown at the national party con- gress beginning 15 December. Such action could split the Radicals and cost the government its congressional majority. The dissidents want immediate severance of relations with Cuba and greater support of President Alessandri's policies. 1 25 Burma~O petition is now being prepared by Bud- dhisCleadeis for the release of former Prime Minister Nu,who has been held in custody since the March coup because he refuses to recognize the legitimacy of the 25X1 milita y regime. If released, he could serve as a rallying point for popular opposition to Ne Win. If Ne Win rejects the petition, he will further alienate the in- 25X I MEMO 25X1 M Annrnwarl I:nr PimhmneJ6 gnmumvin - r.ia-PnP7QTnnQ7-8;annr.7nn-'%Annni-n Approved For R Iease 2003/03/10 : CIA-RDP79T00975A00670 340001-0 THE PRESIDENT The Vice President Executive Offices of the White House Special Counsel to the President The Special Assistant for National Security Affairs The Scientific Adviser to the President The Director of the Budget The Director, Office of Emergency Planning The Director, National Aeronautics and Space Administration The Department of State The Secretary of State The Under Secretary of State The Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs The Deputy Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs The Counselor and Chairman of the Policy Planning Council The Director of Intelligence and Research The Treasury Department The Secretary of the Treasury The Under Secretary of the Treasury The Department of Defense The Secretary of Defense The Deputy Secretary of Defense The Secretary of the Army The Secretary of the Navy The Secretary of the Air Force The Assistant Secretary of Defense (International Security Affairs) The Assistant Secretary of Defense The Chairman, The Joint Chiefs of Staff Chief of Naval Operations, United States Navy Chief of Staff, United States Air Force Chief of Stafl, United States Army Commandant, United States Marine Corps U.S. Rep., Military Committee and Standing Group, NATO Supreme Allied Commander, Europe Commander in Chief, Pacific Commander in Chief, Atlantic The Director, Defense Intelligence Agency The Director, The Joint Staff The Director for Intelligence, The Joint Staff The Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Department of Army The Director of Naval Intelligence, Department of Navy The Assistant Chief of Staff, Intelligence, Department of the Air Force The Department of Justice The Attorney General The Federal Bureau of Investigation The Director The Atomic Energy Commission The Chairman The National Security Agency The Director The United States Information Agency The Director The National Indications Center The Director Approved For Rel 25X1 25X1 Approved For Reuse 2003TOpCI RET75AOQW00340001-0 ff 5A006700340001-0 mnactsw Approved For Release 200 Tot) CIS