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United Nations: Cables, Vol. II

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    Digital Identifier:
    JFKNSF-312-003
    Title:
    United Nations: Cables, Vol. II
    Date(s) of Materials:
    1963: 3 January-17 June, undated
    Folder Description:
    This folder contains cable telegrams from Adlai Stevenson, United States Ambassador to the United Nations (UN); Dean Rusk, Secretary of State; Francis T.P. Plimpton, Deputy U.S. Representative to the United Nations; and other officials concerning activities, operations, and issues of the UN. Topics include an incident between Senegal and Portugal; UN financing, particularly for peacekeeping operations; human rights; UN membership for Kuwait; outer space; and the upcoming 18th session of the UN General Assembly. Also included in this folder is a report titled, “Third Report on African Developments at the 17th United Nations General Assembly.”
    Extent:
    172 digital pages
    Collection:
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. National Security Files
    Finding Aid | Digitized Content
    Series Number:
    05.
    Series Name:
    Subjects.
    Preferred Citation:
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. National Security Files. Subjects. United Nations: Cables, Vol. II
    Physical Description:
    172 digital pages
    Media Type:
    Paper
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