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Approved For Releasej000/09/11 : CIA- AmSiTioN paragraph 4 on page 5 the following: (6) encouraging' in conjunction with the governments of Vietnam, France and the United Kingdom, greater psychological activity against the Tit-Minh; (7) promoting a special program in India designed to saunter the appeal of soviet Communism among student"; increaming activity, in cooperation with the Government of Thailand# in the north and the north sant areas of the country to counter increased Communist propaganda in connection with the invasion of Laos, ZOLT-sEMIZI =Mt= State DeptAflpaafcatigfttighls&NdeNefffljniStAlAticalDso4010,0ooLl00050002-7 Approved ForReleasea000/09/11 : CIA-RDP80-01065A0004001350002-7 0234-giri= PiESFACION Add to paragraph 5 on page 6 the followings (7) The timely allocation of $50 million in counterpart fends for use in West Berlin at the time of the riots ' in Eastern Germany. (8) The exchange of notes constituting a cultural agreement between the United States and the Federal Republic. (9) Publicity for the visits to this country of Chaneellor Adenauer and Mayor Reuter, including appropriate public dissemination of the oommunique issued following the visit of Chancellor Adenauar. Add to paragraph 6 on page 7 the followings (11) Increasing emphasis on cultural attainments of the United States in conjunction with degonstrating United States interest in Iatin American culture. 12 -Discrediting of Communistodominated Continental Cultural Congress held at Santiago, Chile. Continuing efforts to prevent dissemination to nearby countries of Communist?inspired doctrine emanating from Guatemala Subatituta in paragraph 10 for item following; (6) Ds18a. Directing operating responsibility, Which has been /exercised by the Department of State, was transferred effective July 2# 2953 to the Director for Mutual Security. Under the Escapee Program, some 15,000 individuals are registered for care and maintenanme in Europe, and by June 1, 1953# 4709 persona had been resettled or were awaiting passage, making a total of over 29,000 escapees receiving assistance during fiscal year 1953. Basettlo sent has been primarily in the United States, Canada, Latin America and Australia. Under Section 303 (a) of the Mutual Defense Assistance Act of 1949, as amended, limited activities have been initiated in South Asia and the Tar East. The program has developed material useful for exploitation by Overseas information media and afforded the basis for the successful rebuttal by the United States of Czech charges in the last General Assembly QJcnan MANAL121 Approved For Release 2000/09/11 : CIA-RDP80-01065A000400050002-7