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Russia Rejects Nuclear Criticism

Russia shrugged off U.S. criticism over nuclear issues Thursday, saying it had made progress in reducing its tactical weapons in Europe and would continue cooperating with Iran’s program despite concerns Tehran might be trying to develop atomic weapons. Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Yakovenko said a 1991-1992 initiative to reduce tactical nuclear weapons and implement other disarmament measures was being “completely fulfilled.” “All of these weapons, unlike the situation in the United States, are exclusively located on our national territory,” Yakovenko said in a statement. “They are located under strict control … there is no reason to be concerned.”Full Story

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