Lavrov of Russia complains about U.S. missile defense cooperation

Russian’s foreign minister on Wednesday accused the United States of a “serious rollback” in its proposals for cooperation with Russia on missile defense in Europe — an issue that has badly strained ties between Moscow and Washington. Sergey Lavrov detailed Moscow’s complaints that Washington has withdrawn a proposal for constant Russian monitoring of planned U.S. missile defense facilities in Poland and the Czech Republic, and had rejected an idea to jointly evaluate threats that would trigger activation of the system. Full Story

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