MOSCOW — Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev said today there is no guarantee that he will meet President Reagan in a second superpower summit later this year, claiming that the United States has not moved toward an arms control agreement since the November Geneva summit.
In a series of written answers to questions posed by the Czechoslovak newspaper Rude Pravo and carried by the official Tass press agency, Gorbachev said: "We are for holding a Soviet-American summit, a summit that would be marked by a notable headway in solving only one or two of the substantial problems of international security.
"The all-or-nothing approach is alien to us. There is no sense in holding a meeting for the sake of nothing," Gorbachev said in the remarks carried on Soviet television.
"If one pieces the U.S. Adminsitration's post-Geneva policies together, the resulting picture is alarming," he said.
Gorbachev said the Reagan Administration is trying to make the world believe that holding a summit has already been agreed on and that if one does not occur, the Soviet Union should be blamed.