Vol. 1, No. 150, 31 October 1997
SENIOR NATO OFFICIAL SAYS NO NUCLEAR WEAPONS IN HUNGARY.
Addressing a Budapest conference on Hungary and NATO, Simon
Lunn, the secretary-general of the North Atlantic Assembly
confirmed that NATO will not seek to deploy nuclear weapons in
Hungary, Hungarian media reported on 30 October. Donald J.
McConel, who is responsible for political affairs within the alliance,
said accession negotiations show that, in many respects, Hungary
ranks first among those invited to join the alliance
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