The problem of the divided city of Berlin is expected to be a main for discussion between Mr.
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Background: The problem of the divided city of Berlin is expected to be a main for discussion between Mr. Khrushchev, the Soviet Prime Minister, and American President Kennedy when they meet in Vienna June 3.
Mr. Khrushchev is expected to announce that Russia proposes to sign a separate peace treaty with East Germany, thus giving the East Germans control of the road, rail and air corridors to West Berlin. East Germany would then be in a position to dispute the continued use of those corridors by the West.
After a private discussion between President de Gaulle and President Kennedy at the Elysee in Paris May 31, it was announced that they were in complete accord in their attitude towards the Berlin problem.
The question had assumed much prominence in French official circles where it is expected that renewed Russian moves against the Western position would not be delayed until the Autumn.
Informed speculation was that the French President would urge Mr. Kennedy to leave no doubt in Mr. Khrushchev's mind about the determination of the three Western powers to defend their interest in West Berlin.
Berlin was divided into East-West sectors on Sept. 6, 1948. She became an island of 340 square miles, completely surrounded by communist dominated East Germany.
The Soviet Union has proposed that the problem may be solved by finding a new status for the city. They have suggested making the whole of Greater Berlin a "Free City" and promised to guarantee all normal conditions safeguarding its existence as an autonomous organism.