Marshal Billingslea, US special envoy for arms control, attends a news conference in Vienna in June. Photo: AP Marshal Billingslea, US special envoy for arms control, attends a news conference in Vienna in June. Photo: AP
Marshal Billingslea, US special envoy for arms control, attends a news conference in Vienna in June. Photo: AP

US and Russia remain at odds over ‘New Start’ nuclear weapons pact

  • Washington and Moscow give clashing accounts about extending their last major disarmament treaty
  • At issue are US demands that Russia halt nuclear activities during extension period and submit to verification

Topic |   Defence
Marshal Billingslea, US special envoy for arms control, attends a news conference in Vienna in June. Photo: AP Marshal Billingslea, US special envoy for arms control, attends a news conference in Vienna in June. Photo: AP
Marshal Billingslea, US special envoy for arms control, attends a news conference in Vienna in June. Photo: AP
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