NO NATO NUKES IN EASTERN EUROPE.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 2 Issue: 118
NATO secretary-general Javier Solana stated in Warsaw yesterday that the Western alliance has no intention of deploying nuclear weapons on the territories of new Eastern European members states. The remark, which addresses one of Moscow’s objections to NATO enlargement (see below), was made during a conference in the Polish capital attended by senior NATO officials and representatives of 34 countries. (Reuter, June 20)
Lithuania Scorns Russian Ambassadorial Appointment.