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105 STAT. 712 PUBLIC LAW 102-138—OCT. 28, 1991 (c) SPECIAL REPORT.—At any time that the President determines that the People's Republic of China is preparing to take, or has taken, any action described in subsection (b), he shall so report in writing to Congress. SEC. 325. REPORT ON SS-23 MISSILES. Pursuant to its constitutional responsibilities of advice and consent in respect to treaties, the Senate requests that before submitting to the Senate for its advice and consent to ratification a Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, the President provide a classified report with an unclassified summary to the Senate on whether the SS-23 INF missiles of Soviet manufacture, which the Soviets have confirmed have existed in the territories of the former East Germany, Czechoslovakia, and Bulgaria, constitute a violation of the INF Treaty or constitute deception in the INF negotiations, and whether the United States has reliable assurances that the missiles will be destroyed. PART C—DECLARATIONS OF CONGRESS SEC. 351. RECIPROCAL DIPLOMATIC STATUS WITH MEXICO. It is the sense of Congress that— (1) all United States law enforcement personnel serving in Mexico should be accredited in the same manner and accorded the same status as United States diplomatic and consular personnel serving as official representatives at United States posts in Mexico; and (2) all Mexican narcotics law enforcement personnel serving in the United States should be accredited in the same manner and accorded the same diplomatic and consular status as United States Drug Enforcement Administration personnel serving in Mexico. SEC. 352. UNITED STATES PRESENCE IN LITHUANIA, LATVIA, AND ESTONIA. It is the sense of the Congress that in the aftermath of the restablishment of full diplomatic relations between the United States and Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia, the United States Government, including the Secretary of State, the Director of the United States Information Agency, and the Director of the Foreign Commercial Service, should provide in Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia— (1) an embassy and full complement of embassy staff and personnel; (2) cultural and information officers for the purpose of expanding cultural contacts and promoting citizen, academic, professional, and other exchange programs between the United States and Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia; and (3) commercial representatives for the purpose of expanding commercial and trade relations between the United States and Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia. SEC. 353. LAOTIAN-AMERICAN RELATIONS. It is the sense of the Congress that the President, in recognition of the constructive changes taking place in Laos, should—