November 21, 2014 15:49
Russia is not involved in preparations for nuclear security summit - Ryabkov
MOSCOW. Nov 21 (Interfax) - Russia confirms its decision not to participate in the preparations for the nuclear security summit scheduled to take place in the U.S. in 2016, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on Friday.
"Indeed, it has been decided that Russia is not involved in the preparations for the 2016 nuclear security summit, which will be held in the U.S.," Ryabkov told a conference on non-proliferation held in Moscow.
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