Nato in guarded reaction on Warsaw Pact proposal

NATO said Wednesday it would carefully study the arms control and peace proposals made at a summit meeting of the Communist Warsaw Pact in Prague last week.

In a guarded first official reaction as a group, the allies recalled that they had also introduced a full range of initiatives of their own in the various international negotiations on arms control and cooperation. They opted for an immediate statement to dispel any possible impression in their own countries that the alliance was not taking the proposals seriously.

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