NATO Declaration on Berlin (16 December 1958)

On 16 December 1958, following suggestion by Moscow that West Berlin be granted the status of a free city, the Council of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) renews its guarantees with regard to the presence of American, British and French troops in West Berlin.

Source and copyright

Source: Documents on American Foreign Relations. 1958. Dir. of publ. ZINNER, Paul E. 1959. New York: published for the Council on Foreign Relations by Harper & Brothers. "Declaration of the North Atlantic Council (December 16, 1958)", p. 233-234.

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