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April 5, 1989 | DON A. SCHANCHE, Times Staff Writer
Proclaiming a "real possibility of guaranteeing peace in Central America," Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev called Tuesday for an end to "military supplies to Latin America from any part of the world." But by conditioning his plea on U.S. behavior in Central America, he implicitly left open the possibility that Soviet arms aid to Nicaragua will continue despite a plea from Washington last week that he announce an end to such aid during his first visit to Cuba.
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April 5, 1989 | DON A. SCHANCHE, Times Staff Writer
Proclaiming a "real possibility of guaranteeing peace in Central America," Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev called Tuesday for an end to "military supplies to Latin America from any part of the world." But by conditioning his plea on U.S. behavior in Central America, he implicitly left open the possibility that Soviet arms aid to Nicaragua will continue despite a plea from Washington last week that he announce an end to such aid during his first visit to Cuba.
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April 5, 1989 | DOYLE McMANUS, Times Staff Writer
Costa Rican President Oscar Arias Sanchez, supporting the Bush Administration on a key issue in the Central American peace process, said Tuesday that the Nicaraguan rebels should not be required to disband until Nicaragua institutes democratic reforms. Arias, the author of a widely acclaimed peace plan for the region, repeated his endorsement of President Bush's new policy on Nicaragua and, in a statement that clearly delighted Administration officials, added that he supports U.S.
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April 5, 1989 | DOYLE McMANUS, Times Staff Writer
Costa Rican President Oscar Arias Sanchez, supporting the Bush Administration on a key issue in the Central American peace process, said Tuesday that the Nicaraguan rebels should not be required to disband until Nicaragua institutes democratic reforms. Arias, the author of a widely acclaimed peace plan for the region, repeated his endorsement of President Bush's new policy on Nicaragua and, in a statement that clearly delighted Administration officials, added that he supports U.S.
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