1. Welcomes recent new directions in Soviet policy as a constructive contribution to world peace.
2. Urges the leaders of the western nations to review their foreign and defense policies to allow for new opportunities for co-operation with the Soviet Union.
3. Appeals to all governments with nuclear forces to cease the production of nuclear weapons and to plan together an international programme for the dismantling of such weapons.
4. Urges the major world powers to recognise and respect the self-determination of smaller states and not to penalise them when their decisions conflict with the foreign policies of these major powers.
Soviet Union (See further paras 122-126 of the Report on "Christianity and the Social Order.")