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President Barack Obama meets with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in the Kremlin in Moscow, July 6, 2009.
White House photo by Pete Souza

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Obama Proposes New Security Relationship with Russia

WASHINGTON - Addressing an audience at the New Economic School in Moscow July 7, 2009, President Barack Obama today called on current generations free from Cold War antipathy to chart a new course of U.S.-Russian relations that focuses on areas of mutual interests.

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U.S., Russia to Resume Military Relations

WASHINGTON - The United States and Russia agreed July 6, 2009, to resume bilateral military cooperation, which has been on hold since the conflict between Russia and Georgia erupted in August.

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Obama, Medvedev Agree to Reduce Nuclear Stockpiles

WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama and Russian President Dmitri Medvedev agreed in Moscow, July 6, 2009, to reduce U.S. and Russian nuclear weapons stockpiles by up to a third.

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Russia Grants Passage to U.S. Troops En Route to Afghanistan

WASHINGTON - An agreement signed in Moscow July 6, 2009, permits the United States to transit troops and weapons across Russian territory en route to Afghanistan.

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Joint Statement by President Barack Obama of the United States of America and President Dmitry Medvedev of the Russian Federation on Nuclear Cooperation
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Fact Sheet: Moscow Summit, July 6-8
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