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MOSCOW. February 20. /TASS/. Russia and the United States have agreed a number of ballistic missile launches to exchange information on in 2015, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Friday after the ninth session of the bilateral consultative commission on the Russian-US Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) that was held in Geneva on February 10-20.
"The Russian and US delegations continued to discuss practical aspects of the implementation of the treaty," the ministry said. "In line with its provisions, they agreed and adopted a decision on the number of launches of intercontinental ballistic missiles or submarine launched ballistic missiles on which they would exchange telemetric information in 2015.