Obama, Medvedev have talked on nuclear issues

By Incorrect Author 14 December 2009

One of those ubiquitous anonymous White House officials says presidents Barack Obama and Dmitry Medvedev spoke on Saturday about the ongoing negotiations for a replacement to the expired Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (Start). Start expired on 5 December, but the two countries have spent the past several months negotiating a replacement treaty that would further decrease the size of the two nations’ nuclear arsenals. For more, read the AP

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