INTELLIGENCE AGENCY Office of Current Intelligence3
CURREHT INTELLIGENCE KEHORANDOII
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The Swedish Government stipulated when itto the test ban treaty that It reserved the right to acquire nuclear weapons if at some future tine its socurity interests dictatedtep, rhe treaty was ratified unanimously onovember by Parliament, but only after spokesmen for all four non-Communist parties reiterated theirabout an Independent nuclear weapons
Sweden, vhlch has previouslyrominent role in disarmament negotiations, joined the other Scandinavian countriesnanimously negativeto Finnlsb President3 proposaluclear-froe zone in Northern Europe*
Sweden and its three Nordic neighbors have agreed on the4 date for Khrushchev's visit to Scandinavia. The Swedish Government has not yet receivod an official acceptance, but Khrushchev has publicly statedune date would be acceptable.Original document.