Bush says NATO remains united on A-arms talks

Vice-President George Bush said Thursday his consultations with NATO representatives had convinced him that the alliance remained united on the need for a common front in nuclear-missile negotiations in Europe.

Mr. Bush, on the third leg of a seven-nation European tour, called on NATO for resolve and unity on the issue as the only way to convince Moscow to negotiate seriously at the current round of arms-control talks in Geneva, diplomats said.

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