YUGOSLAVIA: When Soldiers Meet

There was another meeting of minds last week in Europe—between the Mediterranean world's two leading neutralists.

Steaming up the Adriatic aboard ex-King Farouk's former pleasure boat (now renamed Freedom), Egypt's President Gamal Abdel Nasser arrived last week at the beautiful Yugoslav seaport of Dubrovnik, accompanied by his wife, three sons and two daughters. Yugoslavia's Communist Marshal Tito, an old pro among neutralists, was patently pleased to have the hero of the uncommitted Arab masses dropping in just when the Kremlin was waging such heavy propaganda war on Tito.

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