"Agreement could be reached on a peace treaty within half an hour," sighed a
frustrated Western diplomat, "if the Russians really wanted a peace
treaty." After 3½ hours of futile talk in London, the foreign ministers'
deputies of Russia, Britain, France and the U.S. pushed back their chairs one
day last week and broke up the 252nd parley over an Austrian peace pact.
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