Washington: National Park Service workmen hoist a huge Soviet flag into position beside the American flag 5/30/1990 in front of the old Executive office next to the White House in preparation for the historic summit meeting between Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev and President George Bush. (UPI Photo/Richard Tomkins)
Washington: Protestors line the streets as the limo bearing Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev arrives at the Soviet Embassy 5/30/1990. The communist leader is in town for important Summit meetings with President Bush. The placards talk about Karapagh being Armenian. (UPI Photo/Patsy Lynch)
Washington: Members of the Lithuanian American Community protest on the west steps of the Capitol 6/1/1990. The group is demonstrating against Gorbachev's policies concerning the Baltic States. (UPI Photo/Joe Mahoney)
Andrews Air Force Base, MD: The motorcade of Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev pulls away from the tarmac after welcoming ceremonies on his arrival for the summit 5/30/1990. The Ilyushin jetliner that brought the Soviet leader here from Canada is in the background. (UPI Photo/Joe Mahoney)
Washington: General view of the South lawn of the White House as President Bush, Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev and their entourage approach Marine One before the helicopter trip to Camp David, MD, 6/2/1990. (UPI Photo/Patsy Lynch)
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