Lavrov Says Any New Nuclear Reduction Pacts with the US Must Lower WMD Limits

A treaty to replace a major nuclear arms reduction agreement between Russia and the U.S. must set lower ceilings for nuclear arsenals and limit the development of new nuclear weapons, Russia’s foreign minister said on Wednesday. “We insist that any document replacing the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty [START-I] should set lower ceilings not only for the number of nuclear warheads, but also for their delivery vehicles,” Sergei Lavrov said on his way back from Tuesday’s Mideast peace conference in the U.S. Full Story

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