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18—The Daily Collegian Friday, June 12, 1987
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Early in his news conference, the president was
asked whether the economic summit of major U.S.
trading partners and Shultz's current meeting
with NATO foreign ministers at Reykjavik, Ice
land, could bolster prospects for a Reagan-Gorba
chev summit to conclude an agreement to
dismantle intermediate-range nuclear missiles in
Europe and Soviet Asia.
"I hesitate to make optimistic statements," the
president replied. "But at the same time, I can't
deny that I believe there is an increased opportuni
ty for a summit conference and an increased
opportunity for an actual reduction of armaments,
particularly of the nuclear kind."
"We believe we have a good chance of bringing
about the beginning of reducing and eliminating
nuclear weapons," he added.
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estimated the total at 24,000. groups and leftist organizations op-
Those in the center section of the posed to American policies.
march wore black ski masks and Marchers chanted anti-Reagan slo
dark clothing, an unofficial uniform gans and carried banners denouncing
of radical demonstrators in West American involvement in Central
Germany. Riot police marched be- America and the proposed "Star
side the masked protesters. Wars" space defense system.
"USA, International Genocide About 500 protesters wearing black
Headquarters," read one slogan car- masks and heavy leather clothing,
ried in the march. "Reagan is a frequently the uniform of violent
Murderer," read another. "Mur- demonstrators in West Germany,
derer, Murderer," read another. marched in the middle of the column
Parents and children marched in as it began moving.
some sections of the demonstration, A West Berlin court agreed earlier
which was backed by 140 groups, yesterday that the demonstrators
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Asked whether his third prospective meeting
with Gorbachev might take place as early as
September, Reagan refused to speculate on the
"We have made it plain that they have the
invitation, and we are waiting for them," he said.
Reagan then appeared to go out of his way to
praise the Soviet leader.
Asked about surveys which suggest that Euro
peans see Gorbachev as more of a "man of peace"
than Reagan, the president replied that he himself
had made the same proposal for eliminating
intermediate-range missiles four years ago, and
was criticized by then-Secretary of State Alexan
der M. Haig.
Then he said of Gorbachev: "I do believe that he
is faced with an economic problem in his own
country that has been aggravated by the (So /let)
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could proceed down the Kurfuersten
damm, but could not end their march
in the center of the city because of the
danger of violence. The court said the
marchers had to keep going until they
were out of the downtown area.
Flyers distributed throughout the
week by organizers accused Reagan
of pursuing militaristic policies
around the world and called on the
United States to end nuclear weapons
tests, stop supporting anti-govern
ment rebels in Nicaragua and with
draw its nuclear missiles from
Reagan's visit was to be confined to
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military buildup and all. And I believe he has some
pretty practical reasons for why he would like to
see a successful outcome."
But does he trust Gorbachev, the president was
"Well, he's a personable gentleman. But I cited
to him a Russian proverb I'm not a linguist, but
at least learned that much Russian and I said to
him, `Doveryai no proveryai.' It means, 'Trust,
On the Persian Gulf issue, Reagan said he was
"gratified completely" with the symbolic support
his summit partners had voiced in reaffirming
their commitment to freedom in navigation.
He said he didn't think of the Soviets as "co
trustees" for peace in the region, as White House
chief of staff Howard Baker had characterized
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a remote part of the city that before
World War II was the center of a
united pre-war Berlin but which is
now a border area along the Berlin
Authorities planned to put 10,000
policemen on the streets today to
protect Reagan during his four-hour
visit. Normally, about 1,500 police are
on duty in the city.
Officials planned to seal off a large
portion of the area, including the
Reichstag, the pre-war German par
liament building, and the nearby site
of Reagan's speech in front of the
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