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Uploaded on Nov 21, 2010
Occupied territories of Georgia was discussed at NATO-Russia council meeting
Georgia remains one of the main sources of disagreement between US and Russia. The issues regarding the occupied territories of Georgia was discussed at NATO-Russia council meeting in Lisbon, Portugal.
The US and Russian Presidents Barrack Obama and Dimitry Medvedev discussed the NATO-Russia relations and future cooperation at the meeting.
Presidents of the U.S. and Russia discussed situation regarding new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty. Obama also reaffirmed that NATO and Russia agreed to cooperate on missile defence and other security issues.