SALT: The Third Round

November 1970
Time;11/9/1970, Vol. 96 Issue 19, p24
The article presents information on third round of talks of the U.S.-Soviet Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) in Helsinki, Finland. It states that U.S. and Soviet would restrict their upper limit on strategic weapons systems. It further states that U.S. is hopeful that Soviets will respond to the comprehensive weapons plan presented by the President Richard Nixon's administration.


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