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December 8, 1948
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mmmm 04 vrZ1~0J.&I)o 1 25X110X1A2g Approved For Re-00457W1Q63 - -g .. WA .,,N, PEPOPT 25X1A2g OW. COUNTRY Greece SUBJECT Activities of the Yugoslav Consulate 4- Salonika Document No. 4 .J: TS S to be used to serve Yugoslav interests. The, Yugoslav Consulate is making persistent efforts to ascertain the AW,'$ Of those who during the occupation were enrolled in the "`Bulgarian Cb and the Ru}all Community, particularly those imbued with opw4st principles. The effort is directed first at the most important 14xlarophrones,~ with the hope that later all the rest may be incorporated in an. organization dependent upon the Consulate. Among the Rumanophrones, the effort is made to win fifrst the teachers in the former Rumanian Schools CH._?G_., in Class. E] Aar 77 25X1X6 1. Recently the Yugoslav Consulate in Salonika has attempted to ascertain the all elements in Greece acting against the "national interests k recce," It then tried to unite all of these in a group eventually Ureece and through them to penetrate the Rumano-Vlach element. There has been, however, a willingness among the Rumano-Vlach teaching Personnel to serve the Yugoslav C nsulate. Four individuals have become agents of the Yugoslav Consulate. ? The Consulate is also attempting to ascertain the fate of those refugees who escaped from beyond the Iron Curtain into Greece. This is a permanent target of the Consulate. The Consulate believes that these refugees are being organized to be sent into Yugoslavia for action against the present regime. Peter Guberina was especially active in this attempt before his recall; later this work has been continued,by Martin Gabricevic, Yugoslav Vice-Consul. The Consulate's efforts have not made much headway among the Bulgarophrones, be- cau0e they do not wish to subject themselves to Yugoslav influence. 7, The Consulate is attempting to learn the names of'Greeks who collaborated with the Germans during the occupation and who now hold important posts in the Greek Government and Army. Source does not know what the Yugoslav Consulate wants with this information, but suspects that Yu&cslavia w411 attempt to use it in an attack on Greece in the General Assembly of the United Nations. 7~T1 d N c, CR NTROL-U S , OF S'FT# A TR 4FMY AIR ISTR. 8 December 1948 Cro.0.f 1