The following change has been made to the online version of Foreign Relations, 1969-1976, Volume XXX, Greece; Cyprus; Turkey, 1973-1976. Please be aware that printed volumes have not been revised. Revised information is in italic.
- 1. Document 12, Footnote 5a, Page 53 (date of correction: May 20, 2009)
- Mr. Tasca: —well, I think because Greece and the Greek people—in terms of their position and public opinion in Western Europe—are quite unique. You can go back to the constitutional Greece or the Greek lobby—whatever you want to call it—and they’ve got a position in Western Europe and the United States that Brazil and Chile and these other countries don’t have. None of those countries has a Androutsopoulos5a—a Greek refugee who’s been activitated [active?] and who for four years has been leading a very vigorous fight on our policy in Greece.
- 2. Footnote 2, Document 111, Page 365 (date of correction: January 3, 2013)
- The citation to “footnote 12” of Document 110 has been corrected as “footnote 11”.
- The reference to Androutsopoulos is incorrect. Adamantios Androutsopoulos was Greek Prime Minister from November 1973 to July 1974. His name appears in the original minutes, but it is not clear whether Tasca and Kissinger misspoke or whether the note taker recorded the wrong name. A question mark, in an unknown hand, appears above Androutsopoulos’s name; however, question marks appear above several other names in the minutes, perhaps indicating uncertainty about spelling, rather than identity. ↩