BRUSSELS. July 26 (Interfax) – A Russian delegation at a NATO-Russia Council meeting on Wednesday presented details of the missile defense proposals made by Russian President Vladimir Putin to U.S. President George W. Bush at a recent G8 summit and at a bilateral meeting in the U.S. in early July.
Russian Foreign Ministry security department Director Anatoly Antonov and Defense Ministry international agreement department chief Lt. Gen. Yevgeny Buzhinsky told Russian journalists in Brussels that they had explained to their NATO partners the ideas of the joint use of the Gabala radar station in Azerbaijan and the new Armavir radar base, as well as the establishment of centers for sharing missile threat
“This was another and, I believe, successful attempt to present our case to NATO, and it is important that our arguments were heard today,” Antonov said. “I do not think ….”
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