162. Editorial Note

Under Secretary of State Douglas Dillon visited Yugoslavia July 17–20, during a five-nation good will tour. On July 18 at 9:30 a.m., Dillon met with Yugoslav Vice President Todorovic (see Document 163). After lunch with Todorovic, Dillon visited the Pancevo fertilizer plant. That evening he attended a dinner at the U.S. Embassy. At 11 a.m. on July 19, Dillon met with President Tito at the latter’s villa on the island of Vanga (see Documents 164168). After his discussions with Tito, Dillon returned to the Yugoslav mainland and drove to Zagreb. Dillon flew from Zagreb to Paris the morning of July 20. Documentation on Dillon’s visit to Yugoslavia, including memoranda of conversation, summary telegrams, and briefing papers, is in Department of State, Conference Files: Lot 64 D 559, CF 1724.