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July 18, 1986

Pakistan and the United States signed an agreement allowing Pakistan to buy advanced computer and communications technology. U.S. officials said it contains tough guarantees banning use of the technology in any nuclear program. U.S. officials, who gave no details, said it was similar to one signed with India last year. The U.S.-Pakistan accord was signed during a Washington visit by Pakistani Prime Minister Mohammed Khan Junejo, who said in a television appearance that Pakistan's nuclear program is for peace, not for nuclear weapons.

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