Source Pravda.Ru

Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister, British Ambassador Debate Disarmament, Anti-Terror Cause, Export Control

Georgi Mamedov, Russia's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, received Sir Roderick Lyne, British Ambassador to Russia, reports the Ministry of Foreign Affairs press and information department. They discussed disarmament, arms control and strategic stability in the context of a recent Russian-US summit. Also prominent on the agenda was Russo-British partnership within the framework of multilateral export control arrangements, in particular, the Wassenaar understandings. Mr. Mamedov pointed out an essential importance of building up Russo-British contacts against international terrorism.

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