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The signing of the agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the United States of America on "Cooperation in the Area of MPC&A of Nuclear Materials".
02.10.1999
Poland is offered a proposal, the Adam Rapacki Plan, to establish a zone free of nuclear weapons in Central Europe.
02.10.1957

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30.09.2014

“The strategy announced by the USA on fighting with the Islamists is piecemeal and will not lead to the destruction of the Islamic state. The basis of the strategy is that Americans rely on one terrorist group to fight a similar one and are also training the third terrorist group . The main, open-ended question is whether the United States will strike at Bashar al-Assad’s troops in Syria”, – President of the Institute of Middle East Studies, Evgeny Satanovsky.    

29.09.2014

 “We have a good expert team. The work of the Council is not highly publicized, yet exceptionally important, and the entire Government, its individual ministries and agencies appreciate all of the expert support that you have shown us”, – Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Medvedev.


24.09.2014

“On the eve of the SCO summit, Tajikistan with special attention expected whether Karimov comes himself or sends a replacement. The meeting of the two leaders, held in a constructive manner, did not raise the fog of uncertainty in bilateral relations, however it arisen hope that the dialogue between countries started. Perhaps this will lead to a decrease in tensions between Tashkent and Dushanbe”, – Director of the private research and educational center Bilim Karvon (Caravan of knowledge) Farhad Tolipov.

     

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