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Navigation Issue Considered

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NEW YORK, November 28--The Big Four Foreign Ministers tonight neared an agreement on a compromise of the last great issue blocking completion of the European satellite peace treaties--the question of freedom of navigation on the Danube.

Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov, amending a proposal he had made last night for a Big Four declaration for a Danube conference, suggested tonight that the declaration also state that Danube navigation shall be free "within the limits of customary commercial relations."

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