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U.S. Signs Ballistic Missile Defense Agreement With Poland
Secretary Rice and Poland’s Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski shake hands after signing Missile Defense Agreement. [AP Images]On August 20, Secretary Rice and Poland’s Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski signed in Warsaw the Agreement Between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of the Republic of Poland Concerning the Deployment of Ground-Based Ballistic Missile Defense Interceptors in the Territory of the Republic of Poland. Full Text | Declaration on Strategic Cooperation: Media Note | Text of Declaration | Secretary Rice's Remarks from Poland | Acting Under Secretary Rood's Briefing

Arms Control/International Security Under Secretary John Rood-L- and Polish Under-secretary of State Andrzej Kremer initial a missile defense agreement, Aug. 14, 2008. Photo: U.S. Embassy Warsaw.U.S., Poland Conclude Missile Defense Negotiations
On August 14, the United States and Poland announced that their negotiating teams have completed missile defense negotiations. An agreement was initialed at the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. ...The United States and Poland also agreed to expand and deepen security cooperation. Both countries expect that this cooperation, along with the missile defense agreement will make a substantial contribution to NATO's collective security. Press Release

 


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