The Trieste crisis perceptibly eased last
week. The Western Big Three in Bermuda made preparations for a
five-power Trieste conference (including Italy and Yugoslavia) in
Paris. In Rome, following discussions with Yugoslav diplomats, the
Foreign Ministry announced that both sides had agreed to "normalize"
their frontiers, and would withdraw their armed forces from the border.
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