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Mikhail Gorbachev, who signed the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) with George H.W. Bush in 1991, shares his views on the new strategic arms treaty with Interfax. The news that Russia and the United States are due to sign a new treaty on the reduction of strategic offensive armaments was high on public agendas last week. Everyone knows that the two countries reductions of their strategic arsenals is a process that owes its existence to former Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev, who in 1991 signed a treaty on strategic offensive armaments with then U.S. president George H.W. Bush. Unquestionably, Gorbachevs position on the strategic weapons issue is widely heeded today as well.   more

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U.S. Deputy Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Afghanistan and Pakistan Paul W. Jones arrived in Moscow to discuss the situation in Afghanistan and has given an interview to Interfax following his meetings in Moscow.   more

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British Minister of State for Europe Christopher Bryant has given an interview with Interfax in which he discussed EU-Russian and British-Russian visa arrangements, criticized Russias new military doctrine, and pledged not to stand in Ukraines way to the European Union.   more

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has given an interview to Interfax and Kommersant newspaper as part of his first working visit to Moscow in which he speaks about sanctions against Iran, arms supplies to Georgia, bilateral cooperation with Russia, and the prospects for resuming Israeli-Palestinian talks.   more

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Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright arrived in Russia on February 9 as the head of a NATO group consisting of 12 prominent experts. The group will advise the NATO secretary-general on the alliances new strategic concept. Before leaving for Moscow, Albright gave an interview to Interfaxs Washington correspondent Peter Cheremushkin. The following interview reflects Dr. Albrights personal opinions, which do not represent the NATO Groups views or conclusions.   more

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Chinese Ambassador to Russia Li Hui in an interview with Interfax spoke about the need for diplomatic effort to settle the Iranian nuclear issue and Chinese-Russian trade economic relations, in particular the use of national currencies in mutual settlements.   more

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in an interview with Interfax that the work on the follow-up for the START I a striking illustration of the complexity and importance of the task of returning Russian-U.S. relations to "a norm that would take into account our common responsibility for the future of peace and announced Russias diplomatic agenda for 2010.   more

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Japanese Foreign Minister Katsuya Okada told Interfax in an exclusive interview ahead of his visit to Moscow that six-party talks is the best for solving the North Korean nuclear issue and that the unresolved territorial dispute impacts Japanese-Russian bilateral relations.   more

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NATO plans to discuss missile defense problems with Russia at a NATO-Russia Council meeting on December 4, NATO Spokesman James Appathurai said in an interview with Interfax. The...   more

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EU High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy Javier Solana said in an interview with Interfax that the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty will have a positive influence on EU-Russia relations, while talks on a new basic EU-Russia agreement will require time as it should encompass all aspects of bilateral relations.   more

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