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THE WEEK AHEAD

VISEGRAD : E. Europe Summit

February 12, 1991

The presidents of Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Poland gather at a castle in this scenic Danube River city in Hungary on Friday to ponder their relationship now that the former East European military and economic alliances have crumbled.

Foremost on the agenda for the meeting of Hungary's Arpad Goncz, Czechoslovakia's Vaclav Havel and Poland's Lech Walesa will be the problem of luring Moscow to the negotiating table one last time so that the Warsaw Pact can be formally dissolved.

Summit plans for the defunct defense alliance have been repeatedly scratched by the Kremlin, which is overwhelmed with domestic crises.

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