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U.S. OKs ‘2+2’ missile shield talks with Russia

The United States has agreed for U.S. and Russian defense and foreign ministers to meet to try allay Russian concerns about U.S. missile defense plans in Eastern Europe, a senior U.S. official said on Friday. U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Dan Fried said there had been discussion of holding so-called “2+2” talks among the four ministers in September or early in the fall but no date had been set. Washington has angered Russia and unsettled some European allies with a plan to deploy 10 missile interceptors in Poland and radar in the Czech Republic from 2012 to help shield Europe from possible missile attack by nations such as Iran. Full Story

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