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U.S.-U.S.S.R. Communiqué, Vienna, June 4, 1961

President Kennedy and Premier Khruschev have concluded two days of useful meetings, during which they have reviewed the relationships between the U.S. and the U.S.S.R., as well as other questions that are of interest to the two States. Today, in the company of their advisors, they discussed the problems of nuclear testing, disarmament, and Germany. The President and the Chairman reaffirmed their support of a neutral and independent Laos under a government chosen by the Laotians themselves, and of international agreements for insuring that neutrality and independence, and in this connection they have recognized the importance of an effective cease-fire. The President and the Chairman have agreed to maintain contact on all questions of interest to the two countries and for the whole world.

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