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February 16, 1988

The United States has told the Soviet Union that verification procedures worked out for medium-range missiles will not suffice for the strategic arms talks that resume in Geneva this week, senior arms control adviser Edward L. Rowny said. "We are calling for tough measures which will assure that we can verify Soviet compliance," Rowny told the American Assn. for the Advancement of Science in Boston. The Soviets, he said, can expedite progress on strategic arms reductions by abandoning their effort to link the reductions to America's pursuit of "Star Wars" technology.

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