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Kennedy and Macmillan Conclude Bermuda Meeting

Dec. 22, 1961 - President Kennedy and Prime Minister Macmillan agreed today to seek renewed diplomatic contacts with the Soviet Union on the question of Berlin. They also agreed that adequate preparations should be made for a resumption of nuclear tests in the atmosphere. The agreements were reported following the two-day meeting in Bermuda between the American and British leaders. The two leaders decided that the renewal of efforts on the Berlin situation would be made by the U.S. Ambassador to Moscow, Llewellyn E. Thompson Jr.


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