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April 15, 1986

The chief U.S. delegate to the 35-nation Conference on Disarmament in Europe, meeting in Stockholm, said that time is running out for an agreement. The delegate, Ambassador Robert Barry, accused the Soviet Union of dragging its feet at the conference, which opens a six-week session beginning today. Barry's gloomy assessment appeared to reflect a souring of U.S.-Soviet relations, following a brief period of euphoria after last November's summit meeting.

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