Moscow, Washington to Kick off Nuclear Stability Talks

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According to the Russian Kommersant newspaper on Tuesday, Russia and the United States have agreed to convene their first round of nuclear strategic stability dialogue on July 28 in Switzerland, Reuters reports.

At a conference in Geneva last month, U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to begin bilateral talks to establish the basis for future weapons control and risk reduction measures.