Prime Ministerial Private Office files
Defence: President Reagan letter to MT (arms reduction negotiations with the Soviet Union) ["the Soviet suggestions are unacceptable. They do not change the consistent Soviet demand for a monopoly in longer-range land-based INF missiles... the latest proposals we have advanced provide a sound basis for an agreement"] [declassified Jan 2014]
|Document type:||Declassified documents|
|Source:||PREM19/1182 f180 T192A/83|
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|Themes:||Foreign policy (USA), Foreign policy (USSR & successor states), Foreign policy (Central & Eastern Europe), Foreign policy (International organizations), European Union (general), Defence (general), Defence (arms control), British relations with the Soviet Union, British relations with the US, MT contacts with Ronald Reagan, MT messages to and from world leaders|
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