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Approved For Releeere 2003/01/29: CIA-RDP79T00975A00a100090001-8 TOP SECRET 11 September 1965 25X1 25X1 Copy No. C 142 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE ULLETIN CURRENT INTELLIGENCE RELATING TO NATIONAL SECURITY 25X GROUP 1 State Dept. review completed EXCLUDED FROM NN AS SUFIC DON'NCRDINO ~'~ NNDADpp~roveor Release 2003/01/29: CIA-RDP79T00975A0085 00 _ C R ET 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/01/29 : CIA-RDP79T00975AO08500090001-8 Approved For Release 2003/01/29 : CIA-RDP79T00975AO08500090001-8 " MON. Approved For R lease 2003/01/29 CIA-RDP79T00975AO08500090 01-825X1 j September 1965 11 CENTRAL IN'T'ELLIGENCE, BULLETIN j / CONTENTS 25X1 3. Panama: Extremists are working to create a new crisis. (Page 6) 4. Cyprus: Greek officials concerned again as Turkey plans troop rotation. (Page 7) 5. Rhodesia: Independence may be declared by end of October. (Page 8) 25X1 n 7. Notes: Indonesia; Japan; Chile; Greece. (Page 10) p Approved For R lease 2003/0 11129 Z1 ''111 5 111 Y1 11 ''11) 711?i 111 M5M7 115X1 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/01/29 : CIA-RDP79T00975AO08500090001-8 Next 7 Page(s) In Document Exempt Approved For Release 2003/01/29 : CIA-RDP79T00975AO08500090001-8 M-1 --------- - Ems Appeoved F r Release 2003/01/29: CIA-RDP79TOO975AO0850 09002trxi Panama: rl~'xtremist elements hope to create a new crisis in Knama by exploiting Panamanian j impatience over the canal negotiations.? ~anamanian dissatisf action with the status of the present canal has been rising and Robles' critics charge that the current, discussions have been unpro- ductive and lack popular support. The US Embassy believes a political crisis and violent anti,-US reaction are almost certain if the government does not soon make a statement on the talks which Panamanians can view as favorablej [it points out that if such a statement were made before 1 October it would appear voluntary, rather than one forced by the polemics of leftist elements of the Panamanian leg slaturej, 11 Sep 65 Approved For Release 2003/01/29 : CIA-RDP79T00975A008500090 01-8 A Cyprus: Greek officials are showing new concern over the Cyprus situation as Turkey makes final preparations for its upcoming troop rotation.' thens fears that Turkey may try to provoke a new, serious incident during the rotation. A high- ranking foreign ministry official calls attention to recent sightings of Turkish naval units, including landing craft, moving southward. He also noted attend- ance of the chief of the Turkish general staff at a recent, meeting of the Turkish National Security Council and Turkish press allusions to the possibility of trouble on 14 September, when the rotation is scheduled to occur' Turkish officials, for their part, assert that Ank.Tra's patience is about exhausted by President Makarios' continuing efforts to place restrictions on the rotation of the Turkish contingent and to reduce the legal status of the Turkish Cypriot community. The US Embassy in Ankara regards the Turkish naval moves as contingency measures, however, and sees no evidence of any unusual military build-up or undue pressure on the government. 11 Sep 65 Approved For R lease 2003/01/29 : CIA-RDP79T00975AO085000900 MOMMOMMEMOM" 25X M 01 A onYoved Fo pproved Fo Release 2003/01/29 : CIA-RDP79TOO975AO085000 Rhodesia: jndications are mounting that the Rhodesian Government may declare the country's independence within the next few months.; 0001-HSX~ 0001 -5X1 25X1 ON n any event, Rhodesia would be best able to withstand sanctions in the late fall following payment for the tobacco crop,_.' [Differences with London over diplomatic repre- sentation could provoke an early move. In July the Rhodesian Government announced it intended to establish its own accredited diplomatic mission in Lisbon, but Britalin has argued that Rhodesian repre- sentation must be through the UK Embassy. Portugal has been evasive, but would probably accept a Rhodesian mission., Vn the past month Prime minister Smith has been making increasingly tough statements. He told Parliament last week that independence was "imminent" and that "nothing will stop us, "" However, he probably would prefer to continue negotiations with the UK. The Rhodesian Front congress in August endorsed this relatively cautious policy, and the US Consulate believes that Smith can hold off rising right-wing pressure at least until the end of the year.-/ Approved For EMMMMEM1111i 25X1 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/01/29 : CIA-RDP79T00975AO08500090001-8 Approved For Release 2003/01/29 : CIA-RDP79T00975AO08500090001-8 Apl5roved :or Release 2003/01/29 : CIA-RDP79TOO975AO085501(09002f>)(1 no NOTES 25X1 gain in hinese efforts to increase ties with atin America. M~~ Indonesia: The Indonesian Government may soon take new action against the three large Western oil companies. Negotiations for government purchase of company refineries were interrupted in mid-August, and there is now strong indication that, when resumed, the talks will cover Indonesian takeover of producing assets as well. Although the government has con- sistently treated the oil companies better than other foreign interests, company officials see small possibility of cash compensation and believe they 25X1 might be ordered to leave. F_ I the Diet next month. As the climax of a week-long effort to mobilize public opinion against the treaty and US Vietnam policy, they are planning a demon- stration in Tokyo tomorrow. Police believe the Ja~an iThe Communists are leaalng a concerrea leftist camp~dgn to block ratification of 'the South Korea- Japan Treaty of Friendship when it is considered by MEN NJ 0 IM anticipatea turnout oi awut. o vvv purz:ivin-3 wii, produce no serious incid 1 - Chile: Chile will open a commercial office in 'D,M1ri1MW_Fh_iQ mr%,n+h I I 25X1 25X1 1 17 e government is consiclering naming to T-e-office staff a leftist journalist who has been active in pro-Communist Chinese groups in Chile; he will also help the Chinese to edit their Spanish language propaganda. Peking has maintained commercial representation in Santiago since 1961, and Chilean reciprocation would constitute an important 25X1 11 Sep 65 Approved 10 25X1 Appioved For 90~" _~ormer deputy premier Stephanopoulos *Greece:L reporte,71-ywill be given a, mandate to form a government early next week If he receives advance assurance of a parliamentary vote of confidence. Should Stephanopoulos succeed in gaining support of the National Radical Union and the Progressive parties, he will still need additional defectors from Papandreou! s Center Union party for par- liamentary approval. If this maneuver fails, the King may then attempt a non-political government under Harilaos 25X1 Mitrelia-&~- the presid6nt of the Council of Stilte, or finally resort to an extraparliamentary solution-IT 11 Sep 65 Approved For 11 blUX1 Approved Fo Release 2003/01/29 CIA-RDP79T00975A00850 090001-8 25X1 NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE ESTIMATE The United States Intelligence Board on 10 Sep- Sep- .......... ternber 1965 approved the following national intelligence estimate: SNIE 55-65, "Prospects for and Strategic Implications of a Communist Takeover in Indonesia" 25X1 11 Sep 65 12 5X1 Approved Fo Release 2003/01/29 :CIA-RDP79T00975A0085000900 1 - ~ j ON j 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/01/29 : CIA-RDP79T00975AO08500090001-8 Approved For Release 2003/01/29 : CIA-RDP79T00975AO08500090001-8 Approved For Relbse 2OO ([M :SE-e 1j00975A0t $00090001-8 Approved For Release 200 QTEJ : SE 1't50975A008500090001-8