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Statement by Department Spokesman Margaret Tutwiler, Washington, DC, June 2, 1992. The United States is pleased that yesterday in Paris the 17 partners of the Coordinating Committee for Multilateral Export Controls--better known as COCOM--made major progress in transforming COCOM to reflect the new strategic environment. COCOM's high-level meeting in Paris made two key decisions:
* Establishing a COCOM Cooperation Forum on Export Controls that reflects the new East-West relationships; and
* Liberalizing significantly telecommunications export controls that will go into effect July 1, 1992.
The republics of the former Soviet Union are on a path toward …