Polish and German negotiators have agreed on a treaty confirming their present border on the Oder and Neisse rivers, a pact that would end uncertainty dating to World War II.

The accord came at the conclusion of the first round of talks Wednesday between Poland and the newly unified Germany, said Jerzy Sulek, chief Polish negotiator and director of the Foreign Ministry's European department.The government's PAP news agency said Sulek also reported prog-ress was made on a second treaty on bilateral cooperation. Talks continue in Bonn Nov. 26-27.

To take effect, the border treaty must be initialed by senior officials of each country, signed by the heads of government, and ratified by the parliaments, Sulek said.