December 15, 1985
Memorandum by Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 'Geneva negotiations - New Soviet proposals'
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The document describes the propositions put forth by Soviet negotiators during the Geneva talks, and offers a preliminary analysis of the positive and the negative implications. The developments are not sufficient to expect an accord in the short term, but show a promising move away from "a dialogue of the deaf".
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