Intelligence Directorate

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Intelligence Directorate (Dirección de Inteligencia or DI) is the principal intelligence agency of Cuba. It was established in late 1961.[1][2]

Structure

DI has six divisions divided into two categories: the Operational Divisions and the Support Divisions.[1]

  • Operational Divisions: The Operational Divisions consists of the political and economic intelligence division, the external counter-intelligence division, and the military intelligence division.[1] The political and economic intelligence division is divided into four sections: one for Eastern Europe, one for North America, one for Western Europe, and one for Africa, Asia and Latin America.[1] The external counter-intelligence division is responsible for infiltrating foreign intelligence agencies and the surveillance of exiles.[1]
  • Support Divisions: The Support Divisions consists of the technical support division, the information division, and the preparation division.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 DGI Federation of American Scientists
  2. Directorate General of Intelligence (DGI) Globalsecurity.org
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