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January 01, 1986

The Soviet Union has suggested holding the second summit between President Reagan and Mikhail S. Gorbachev next September, rather than June as proposed by Washington, the Washington Post reported. The newspaper, quoting State Department officials, said Moscow thinks a June meeting would follow too closely after the November summit in Geneva, but has not ruled out June. Administration officials want to avoid having the summit too close to the Nov. 4 congressional elections.

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