ARMS STILL GO TO CUBA, SITES INTACT, SENATE TOLD

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CIA-RDP83-01022R000100180011-3
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December 9, 2016
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August 3, 1998
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January 31, 1963
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Approved For Releas't'2001/03/06 : CIA-RDP83-01022Rt00100180011-3
KEATING
Continued From Pare A-1
rAlles into Cuba," Senator
Keating said.
While the Soviets continue
to ship military equipment un-
der tight security' conditions,
and to unload 1_ at - docking
points where outsiders are
rigorously excluded, Senator
Keating continued, "there is a
semi-monthly passenger steam-
ship service between Cuba and
Russia and a weekly non-stop,