Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces [INF] News
- Moscow Says U.S. Rocket Test Violates 1987 Accord, RFE/RL Newsline, Vol. 5, No. 42, Part I, 1 March 2001 -- Lieutenant General Vyacheslav Romanov, the head of the Russian general staff's center for nuclear security, said in Moscow on 28 February that U.S. testing of the Hera rocket is in violation of the 1987 Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty
- U.S.-Russia Sign Agreement To End Medium-Range Missile Inspections, U.S. Department of State, Office of the Spokesman, 15 December 2000 -- The United States and Russia signed an arms control agreement in Switzerland on December 14 that will end inspections of the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) missile production plants in Utah and Votkinsk.
- Two Sets of Arms Control Agreements Signed in Geneva, USIS Washington File, 13 December 2000 -- Arms control negotiators from the United States, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan signed a set of documents in Geneva December 11 that provide for the phased elimination under the START Treaty of the last SS-24 ICBMs remaining on Ukrainian soil.
- TEXT: PRESS RELEASE ON SIGNING CEREMONY
OF THE SVC 09 November 1998 -- Seven agreements were signed in the Special Verification Commission (SVC) November 9 by representatives of the United States, the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Russian Federation and Ukraine.
- NEW AGREEMENTS ON INF IMPLEMENTATION
SIGNED IN GENEVA By Wendy Lubetkin USIA 09 November 1998 -- The United States, Belarus, Kazakhstan, the Russian Federation and Ukraine signed seven new agreements November 9 designed to facilitate the multilateral implementation of the INF (Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces) Treaty.
- INF TREATY ON-SITE INSPECTIONS: A STATUS REPORT On-Site Inspection Agency/Public Affairs -- June 1994
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