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December 12, 2016
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August 19, 2002
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January 21, 1963
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Approved For Rele ive Registxy 01676R000100150V4 _57 OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR LBK:drrn Distribution: Addressees 25X1 1 - 0/ DC! 1 DDCI; 1".": ER; 1 - ExDir TO Dety Director/Weill& Deputy Director/Pleas 1-)epaty Ihrectortiiapport Action Memorandum No. Date 1 January_1,63 SUBJECT : Visit of the President to Coate Rica l? 1 9 arcb Meeting of the Central American Presideets REFERENCE: advised that the Presidents to attend Presidents at 'ea i 7- 9 March, to Pica. We ehould commence nimediately this meeting in accordance with the standard dozes for such meetings. The CI Staff of lisle for being the focal point of liaison with a ott security matters. OCl/DDI should a on each country, coordinating at 44,,o stat. and and Defense Departments. Biagraphit sketches shenid be prepared en the Presidents. For*** Ministers, and other individuals who will be present at the conference and of interest to the President sad the Secretary of State. the President prior to bis departure for the conference. Th& usual procedures will be is effect for keeping the White House and the State and Defense Departments alerted daring the c' period prior to the conference of potential political or securiW factors which might affect the Presideat,s attendance. Irdormatioa copies of material prepared on this confereacer should be routed to this office for the information of the D(* n)Ct sad the undersigned. SUSPENSE DATE: cc: Deputy DireatoriRosearch qt,:tilT11 Approved For Release 20 . u1RDP80B01676R000100150028-7 A 0 4tX>Pzi041-14 Approved For Release 2002/09/04 : CIA-RDP80601676R000100150028-T ebruary 6 - 5 ituation in Central ? The outstanding aon dharactertatic of the conntries ot Central America, etth relation to the problem of dealing with Communism and Castratma. is their iaab4lity. or unwillingness. to cooperate with ome mother. The political differemces which e arate thee* countries are tar stronger than any terse which appeared to data to mite them. There is some hope that coacern for the spread of Communism. free its Cuba& lases t be made the catalyst which maid cause then to unite - at 25)(1 t in respect to their internal security emblems. 3. The nature throat to each country most be lear. A slap fon v111 perhaps bring home the t the UM. through Castro, is not just aiming at the at each individual country in Latin America. As an it night be pointed out that Commumiets Imo travelled th American *sentry for training were required to fill lonnaire among whose be gnostical were the to Approved For Release 2002/09/04: CIA-RDP80601676R000100150028-7 25X1 25X1 Approved For Release 2002/09/04: CIA-RDP80601676R000100150028-7 Next 22 Page(s) In Document Exempt Approved For Release 2002/09/04: CIA-RDP80601676R000100150028-7 ONLY INTERNAL El CONFIDENTIAL El UN El CLASAVIED AruveiJ r01j4trastrmaremperrcmbritneeeseterTSE woo100130028-7 sy ROUTING AND RECORD SH SUBJECT: (Optional .. . ? FROM: EXTENSION JO. DATE 12 March 1963 TO: (Officer designation, room number, and building) DATE OFFICER'S INITIALS COMMENTS (Number each comment to show from whom to whom. Draw a line across column after each comment.) RECEIVED FORWARDED 1. Executive Director 7D 59 t .1 (Y)o...e) 047'43 .., c_. Attached is paper prepared for President's trip to Costa Rica in March. 2. 3. SO 0.^...1.,9:-) da ot'?1-66/6 11)114) i 14 0 4 i 014111160 4.,ALY)be 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1 1 . 12. 13. 14. 15. F306R2M 610 USIDPRroln FsEttolase nv"Fit 1 afiliiRE80Ein6lnitiliT01500n7 UNCLASSIFIED