Russia and the United States have agreed on the number of launches of intercontinental or submarine-launched ballistic missiles this year, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said after the Geneva session of a bilateral consultative commission under the New START Treaty.
"The delegations of Russia and the US continued discussing practical issues linked to the implementation of the Treaty," the ministry said in a statement on Tuesday.
The sides have taken "a coordinated decision on the number of launches of intercontinental or submarine-launched ballistic missiles that will be subject to telemetry data exchange in 2016," it said.
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