Obama and Medvedev to Discuss Landmark Nuclear Arms Pact In April
US President Barack Obama is expected to call the President of Russia Dmitry Medvedev on Friday, since the two will be discussing a landmark nuclear arms reduction treaty, as reported by the White House.
There will be a formal announcement of the nuclear arms reduction treaty very soon.
President Barack Obama has said that this pact with Russia is part of the steps that both nations are taking in a hope to reducing nuclear weapons.
Republican Senator Richard Lugar said that the new landmark nuclear arms reduction treaty is set to take place on April 8.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has made known that this new landmark nuclear arms reduction treaty is a big step in the goal of “resetting” the U.S.-Russia relationship.