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3006telecon With Taska 'Greek Officials' Sec Kissinger at 5_00 p.m. 0000ca29

3006telecon With Taska 'Greek Officials' Sec Kissinger at 5_00 p.m. 0000ca29

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UNITED
STATES
DEPARTMENT
OF
STATE
REVIEW
AUTHORITY:
ROBERT
L.
FUNSETHDATE/CASE
ID:
14
FEB
2003
200102979
UNCLASSIFIED
Q4
~'LX
REL
ASED
IN
FULL
TELCON
Task/Greek
Officials
/Sec.
Kissinger
July
22,
1974,
5:00
p.
m.
T:
I
am
in
the
office
of
the
Gizikis,
the
President
of
Greece.
Allof
the
Chiefs
of
the
Greek
military
services
are
hereas
well
as
the
new
leadership
of
Greece,
Kanaloplis.
They
are
very
anxious
to
have
a
word
with
you.
I
have
told
them
the
efforts
wehave
made
and
how
much
importance
we
attach
to
maintenance
of
peace
in
the
area.
They
are
very,
very
concerned
about
what
is
going
on
in
Cyprus
and
it
has
created
an
impossibleproblem
for
them
politically
to
face
as
the
first
democratic
government
of
Greece
since
196V.
They
would
like
to
have
you
speak
to
themand
Kanaloplis
so
they
can
explain
this
problem.
Kanaloplis
Mz.
K
speakmg
K:
How
nice
to
hear
from
you.
'Xsxx9IFxzil
Kan:
We
are
all
here
very
concered
and
we
are
in
a
dilemma.
It
is
impossible
for
us
to
accept
this
continuation
of
such
activities
in
Cyprus.
The
situation
has
become
very
critical.
I
would
be
very
glad
if
you
would
be
kind
enough
to
have
a
talk
with
Mr.
Napolis.
K:
I
have
heard
you
verywell.
Kmr
I
have
to
tell
you
I
am
very
glad
to
have
this
talk
with
yazz
for
the
first
time
inmy
life.
K:
I
would
like
totell
you
that
our
friendship
for
Greece
is
firm
and
you
can
count
on
our
friendship
and
our
alliance.
I
will
get
immediately
in
touch
with
the
Turkish
Prime
Minister
and
urge
him
to
show
the
greatestrestraint.
KaIf:
Thank
you
very
much
indeed.
Please
be
so
kind
to
have
a
talk
with
Mr.
Napolis.
N:
Hello
Mr.
Secretary.
K:
How
are
you.N:
Fins.
Thank
you
very
much.
I
just
talked
to
Cleredis.
Be
the
military
operationsto
happen
to
Nicosia
tomorrow
mozning.
It
would
be
impossible
for
us
to
survive
as
a
Government
justas
we
take
over.
What
is.
.
.
come
back
to
the
ceasefire
line.
Otherwise
we
do
not
know
how
to
stay
in
power.
They
are
violatingthe
ceasefire
.
agreement.
Vile
would
like
you
to
intervene
as
soon
as
possible
and
ask
them
to
come
back
to
the
cease-
fire
line.
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