SUMMIT HIGHLIGHTS

Joint nonaggression agreement proposed between NATO and the Warsaw Pact. Other European nations may sign. Mikhail Gorbachev and East European leaders invited to address NATO.

Limit on German troops to be negotiated as soon as Conventional Forces in Europe (CFE) treaty is signed.

As Soviet troops leave East Europe, NATO to move to fewer, more mobile, and multinational forces.

Nuclear weapons to be used as ``last resort,'' but first use by NATO not ruled out.

Short-range nuclear missiles negotiable; nuclear artillery may be eliminated in Europe (if Soviets reciprocate) after CFE treaty is signed.

Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe may be institutionalized with a secretariat. Regular high-level meetings proposed.

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