The START Agreement, a real benefit for RomaniaPublish date: 09-04-2010
The Chairman of the Defence Committee of the Chamber of Deputies, Costica Canacheu (representing the Democratic Liberal Party - PD-L), on Thursday told Agerpres that the signing of the new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) agreement, by Barack Obama and Dmitry Medvedev, represents a "real benefit" for Romania.
'This Treaty brings a real benefit, both to Romania and to the entire world. Romania is a member of the North Atlantic Alliance (NATO) and of the EU, and it is thus interested in, and at the same time it benefits of, such international approaches, which mean balance and contribute to a climate of security worldwide,' said Canacheu.
He also wanted to specify that the US and the Russian heads of state, Barack Obama and Dmitry Medvedev respectively, should both be "congratulated" for they have managed 'to create the necessary conditions that made the signing of this Treaty possible.'
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