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英語が得意な方 和訳を助けてください。

英語が得意な方 和訳を助けてください。うまく訳せなくて困っています。よろしくお願いします。 At the NATO council meeting in December 1957 the Federal Chancellor also called for talks over détente between West and East in order to secure his position the eyes of the West German public.

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At the NATO council meeting in December 1957 the Federal Chancellor also called for talks over détente between West and East in order to secure his position (which was) the eyes of the West German public. 1957年12月のNATO理事会の会合において、首相は西ドイツの民衆の目(おそらく監視役という意味で)であるところの彼の立場を確保するために東西の緊張緩和のための会議を求めた。 Federal Chancellorはドイツの首相の英語での肩書きと思います。 (which was)を追加して訳しました。英語的な表現では省略される場合もあるのではないかと思います。

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