Russia, U.S. agree on timeframe of missile launch data exchange discussion

The signing took place in Geneva

Russia and the United States have signed an agreement adjusting the period of annual discussion of the exchange of telemetric data from launches of intercontinental ballistic missiles and submarine-based ballistic missiles, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Oct. 22.

According to the ministry, the signing took place at the 10th session of the Bilateral Consultative Commission of the Russian-U.S. START Treaty held in Geneva on October 7-20.

"The delegations of Russia and the United States continued to discuss practical aspects of the treaty implementation," the report said.

 

All rights reserved by Rossiyskaya Gazeta.

More exciting stories and videos on Russia Beyond's Facebook page

This website uses cookies. Click here to find out more.

Accept cookies