118. Editorial Note

On June 21, Secretary Dulles, attending the Tenth Anniversary Meeting of the United Nations at San Francisco, June 20–26, raised the problem of Cyprus with British Foreign Secretary Macmillan. Dulles expressed United States interest in resolving the problem and in any British proposals toward that end. According to Macmillan, [Page 273]he had a plan that he could not reveal before Cabinet consideration. The Foreign Secretary added that he hoped that if the plan materialized it would “relax the tension.” (Secto 11 from the United States Delegation at San Francisco, June 21; Department of State, Central Files, 747C006–2155)