Denmark freezes its aid for basing US missiles

The Danish parliament froze Denmark's contributions to the deployment of new US missiles in Western Europe. It was the first NATO country to take such a stand.

The decision, bitterly opposed by the Conservative-led minority government, climaxed a debate on NATO's plan to modernize its nuclear arsenal in 1983 if current East-West arms limitation talks in Geneva prove inconclusive.

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