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Carrington, Peter Alexander Rupert Carington, Baron 1919-

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February 11, 1985

Memorandum by Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 'NATO Secretary General's visit in Rome (11th February 1985). US and Soviet space programs'

This note by the Italian Foreign Ministry provides an overview of issues to be discussed with Secretary General Lord Carrington during his visit to Rome. Of particular interest are the upcoming Geneva negotiations between the USSR and the US regarding SDI .

June 12, 1984

Memorandum by Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 'Visit of NATO's Secretary General Lord Carrington
(12th June, 1984)'

A short summary from the ministerial session of the Atlantic Council in Washington. The focus of the discussion is on the role of NATO in East-West relations, CSCE, and the problem of INFs.

January 25, 1985

Memorandum by Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 'Visit of NATO's Secretary General, Lord Carrington (Rome, 11th February 1985)'

In preparation for the visit of NATO's new Secretary General Lord Carrington, this memo addresses the theme presumably at the center of the discussions; burden-sharing. It also touches on NATO's defence system, proposition to withdraw American troops from Europe, and the position of the Eurogroup.

October 25, 1986

Diplomatic Adviser of the Prime Minister, 'Report of the meeting with NATO's Secretary General Lord Carrington
(24th October, 1986)'

Summary of the meeting between PM Craxi and Secretary General of NATO, Lord Carrington in the aftermath of the Reykjavik Summit. The two leaders exchange opinions on the outcome of the summit and the continuing arms control negotiations.

May 19, 1987

Letter from NATO's Secretary General Lord Carrington to Minister of Foreign Affairs Andreotti

Both Guidi and Carrington share the concern that NATO's High-level Task Force has come to a deadlock in regard to conventional disarmament. Carrington advocates for direct involvement at the ministerial level to end the standstill.