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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. MONDAY, MAT SS. I»S3 Top-Level Meetings Must Include Russia, Moscow Paper Says By Eddy Gilmore Associated Press Foreign Correspondent * MOSCOW. May 25.—The So viet Union’s latest major state» ment on foreign policy has made It plain the Kremlin strongly be lieves in a Big Four conference, but just as strongly opposes Big Three talks which don’t include the Russians The Soviet expression came in a full-page Pravda editorial yes terday. The Community Party organ: 1. Condemned President Ei senhower’s plan to meet with Prime Minister Churchill and a new French Premier. Such a meeting, said Pravda, means a continuance of Western “collu sion” against the Soviet Union and “can bring about the further heightening of the tension in in ternational relations.” 2. Generally approved the British's Premier s proposal for talks by the top East-West gov ernment leaders and particularly that "Churchill, unlike other statesmen of the West, does not tie up his proposal . . . with any preliminary obligations for one or the other side.” Blast 11. S. Demands. 3. Blasted American demands for further Soviet action as a preliminary to any East-West meeting. Regarding Korea and Austria (which Gen. Eisenhow- ! er and Secretary of State Dulles had cited as areas where the Russians could back up their peace talk with peace action). Pravda. said: "In both these cases things depend not on the Soviet Union but on the U. S. A. and England, which have not yet given their ’just share' in either case.” 4. Called for settlement of the Korean war and the German question to “prepare the soil” for solution of other world is sues. Pravda said Germany should be reunified but that a “revival of German militarism” must be prevented; the last Communist proposals on Korean prisoners of war provide the “necessary basis for a practical solution of this last question which stands in the way of a truce and, therefore, the end of the war in Korea.” 5. Dismissed as “worthless” Sir Winston’s suggestion for Locarno-type treaties guarantee ing Germany against Russia and vice versa. The 1925 Locarno pact, the editorial said, had per mitted Germany to rearm and given her “freedom of action in the east”; a new Locarno would result in “groupings of one set of countries against another . . . sharpening international rela tions.” To many diplomats here, the Pravda statement indicated a keen Russian interest in an East-West meeting. The state ment made it quite clear, though, that the Sovie Union would at tend no such meeting if the West insists the Soviets must do certain things before such a meeting. General Tone Is Mild. It was generally considered here that the Russians had made it plain they think Sir Winston and France should not agree to attend a three-power meeting with Gen. Eisenhower but should hold out for talks including the Soviets. Some Western diplo mats here agreed this Russian position might have a powerful appeal in some sections of Britain and France. The general tone of the state ment was mild, however, and there was no name-calling. Despite the differences in so cial systems of the Communist and Western nations, Pravda said, there are “no few points of vital importance at which the Interests of these states merge.” A major point, it added, was the development of trade and eco nomic and social co-operation. South Korea Gives ' Medal to Gen. Pollock SEOUL, May 25.—President Syngman Rhee today awarded the order of military merit Tai Guk to Maj. Gen. E. A. Pollock, commander of the First Marine Division, for his contribution to development of the Korean Ma rine Corps. 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