US, Russia say held ‘intensive and substantive’ arms management talks in Geneva – Occasions of India



WASHINGTON: The United States and Russia have held “intensive and substantive” talks of their second assembly throughout the Strategic Stability Dialogue framework, a joint assertion stated on Thursday, aimed toward easing tensions between the world’s largest nuclear weapons powers.
The 2 sides have agreed to arrange two working teams, which can convene forward of a 3rd plenary assembly between the 2 nations. A date for the third gathering was not offered.
US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed at a June summit in Geneva to embark on an built-in bilateral Strategic Stability Dialogue to put the groundwork for future arms management and danger discount measures.




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