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“Dick, since you and I first served 28 years ago in the MBFR delegation, I have genuinely been a fan of yours.”
“… Our negotiators are ready to return to the negotiating table to work toward agreements in INF, START, and MBFR.”
“We set a date of March 16 as a time to resume the talks on conventional arms reductions MBFR but agreed not to announce this now.”
“We must have good-faith negotiations, from our side, on all fronts: the strategic nuclear arms and intermediate-range nuclear forces negotiations in Geneva (START and INF), the mutual balanced forces talks in Vienna (MBFR), and the human rights conference in Madrid (CSCE).”
“And on December 15, they declined to set a date for resumption of the talks in Vienna on conventional arms MBFR.”
“Conventional arms reductions: negotiations on MBFR, 123, 467, 469”
“MBFR Mutual Balance Force reductions; resumption of talks, 467, 469.”
“Regarding the second facet of consolidating world security, reducing armaments, I have been pleased by the recent progress in the MBFR Mutual Balanced Force Reduction talks pertaining to conventional forces in Vienna.”
“I had been authorized to let Dobrynin see the speech in advance, and I wanted to see Dobrynin, anyway, to hear his response to the president’s ideas for the negotiations on reductions of conventional forces MBFR.”
“I was working on Indian Ocean naval limitations and Mutual and Balanced Force Reductions - MBFR - between NATO and the Soviet Union.”
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