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The Socialist International, after a two-day meeting in Vienna of members from more than 40 countries, called for a Europe free of chemical weapons and a nuclear-free zone in the South Pacific. All of the delegations except the French Socialists approved of a nuclear-free zone in the Pacific. Former West German Chancellor Willy Brandt, who chaired the meeting of Socialist, Social Democratic and Labor party leaders, said they distanced themselves from any plans to militarize space.

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