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** NATO agrees to talks with the Soviet Union on reducing the number of short-range nuclear weapons in Europe.
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** and NATO
** NATO HQ – Sarajevo, from 2004 ( Bosnia and Herzegovina ) – 20 out of 81 officers from 16 countries
** In 1999, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization ( NATO ) led by the United States launched air attacks against Yugoslavia ( then composed of only Serbia and Montenegro ) to pressure the Yugoslav government to end its military operations against ethnic Albanian separatists in Kosovo due to accusations of war crimes being committed by Yugoslav military forces working alongside nationalist Serb paramilitary groups.
** Bosnian Serbs break off contact with the Bosnian government and with representatives of Ifor, the NATO localised force, in reaction to the arrest of several Bosnian Serb war criminals.
** Mrkonjić Grad incident: A United States Air Force F-16 piloted by Captain Scott O ' Grady is shot down over Bosnia and Herzegovina while patrolling the NATO no-fly zone.
** Secretary of State Christian Herter announces that the United States will commit five nuclear submarines and eighty Polaris missiles to the defense of the NATO countries by the end of 1963.
** French President Charles De Gaulle states that French troops will be taken out of NATO and that all French NATO bases and HQ's must be closed within a year.
** Spain becomes the 16th member of NATO and the 1st nation to enter the alliance since West Germany's admission in 1955.
** and agrees
** The Majilis of Kazakhstan approves the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, and agrees to dismantle the more than 100 missiles left on its territory by the fall of the USSR.
** The Soviet Union agrees to enter the Pacific War against Japan once hostilities against Germany are concluded.
** Iran – Contra affair: Alan Fiers agrees to plead guilty to two charges of having lied to the U. S. Congress.
** Qantas agrees to pay $ 500, 000 to bomb hoaxer-extortionist Mr. Brown ( Peter Macari ), who is later arrested.
** Vietnam War: The People's Republic of China agrees to give North Vietnam an undisclosed amount of aid in the form of a grant.
** Union Carbide agrees to pay USD $ 470 million to the Indian government for damages it caused in the 1984 Bhopal Disaster.
** Record-setting baseball player Pete Rose agrees to a lifetime ban from the sport following allegations of illegal gambling, thereby preventing his induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
** The Ciskei's government agrees to pay pension benefits to public servants who threatened " Bophuthatswana-style action " if their demands were not met
** and talks
** The Uruguay Round of General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade ( GATT ) talks reach a successful conclusion after 7 years.
** In Brussels, trade talks break fail because of a dispute between the U. S. and the European Union over farm export subsidies.
** Members of the Armed Islamic Group in Algeria kill 7 French Trappist monks, after talks with French government concerning the imprisonment of several GIA sympathisers break down.
** Failure of peace talks between the insurgents and the German authorities, the latter refusing to take the responsibility for hostilities of 27 December.
** Beginning of talks between Polish government in Warsaw with Commission of NRL about representation of Greater Poland in Sejm Ustawodawczy.
** Beginning of talks about prolongation of ceasefire after World War I. German delegation is against extending it for Greater Poland, but France forces them to allow this condition.
** Informal merger talks, held as early as 1964, were rejected by the AFL when the older league wanted the Jets and Raiders relocated — to Memphis and Portland, respectively.
** But, during the sixth round of inter-Korean Red Cross talks held in August 2005, the South and the North discussed the issue of confirming the fates and whereabouts of missing people during the Korean War, but produced no concrete results.
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