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Russia, Poland in deadlock over missile shield

Russia and Poland have failed again to reach an agreement over the proposed U.S. missile shield in Central Europe, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Kislyak and his Polish counterpart, Witold Waszczykowski, met on Tuesday in Moscow to discuss U.S. plans to deploy elements of its missile defense system in Poland. “The new round of [Russian-Polish] consultations confirmed the presence of serious differences in the approach to the proposed U.S. interceptor missile base in Poland,” the ministry said in a statement. Full Story

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