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Russia's interests will be considered in a decision on whether to deploy United States anti-missile defense systems in Poland
Russia's interests will be considered in a decision on whether to deploy United States anti-missile defense systems in Poland, Russia's foreign minister said Thursday. Poland and the Czech Republic are among the countries being considered for the formation of a European base of a United States' anti-missile shield, plans which have met with opposition in both countries. "When Poland's position is decided, this will be done transparently, and taking into account the interests of the Russian side," Sergei Lavrov said on returning from Warsaw. The Polish government has confirmed that no decision has yet been reached on whether to deploy the anti-missile defense systems, the minister said after meeting with the president, prime minister, and foreign minister of Poland. Russia's army chief, General Yuri Baluyevski, warned in September that deploying a large-scale U.S. anti-missile shield in Europe threatened the start of a new arms race.
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