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The Kremlin for the second time in two days denounced Saturday’s U.S. nuclear test in Nevada, calling it a sign that Washington is working against solutions to the central problems of Soviet-American relations. The news agency Tass distributed a statement saying that the test also indicates that the Reagan Administration is not interested in its commitment to speed up arms control talks in Geneva. “Nuclear tests must be stopped,” the statement said. “This is the demand of reason, the demand of millions of people the world over and an objective military and political necessity.”


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