GENEVA — Superpower arms talks resumed today with a luncheon meeting between U.S. delegation head Max M. Kampelman and his new Soviet counterpart, Yuli M. Vorontsov.
The two delegation leaders met privately at Soviet request, instead of heading a meeting of all three top negotiators from each side, which normally marks the beginning of a round.
U.S. spokesman Terry Shroeder said he had no information on when the next session in the seventh round of arms talks would be. "I have nothing for the news media on this as yet," he said.
Asked about the results of today's session, which was the two men's first meeting, he said, "It went fine." He declined further comment.