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Russia-Uzbek Military Pact Allows Mutual Use of Bases

The presidents of Russia and Uzbekistan signed a military treaty at the Kremlin on Monday, forging an alliance that reasserts Moscow’s influence in the former Soviet republic, which until recently was a U.S. ally. The deal, which could foreshadow the establishment of a Russian military base there, allows each country the use of military installations on the other’s territory. The agreement also calls for them to provide military aid to each other in the event either is facing “aggression.” Full Story

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