For eight years in the government of Russia Dmitry Medvedev managed to resolve a number of issues both domestically and international has said in an interview with the Euronews TV channel.
MOSCOW, 14 Feb. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev believes his work is interesting, all eight years in the leadership of the country he experiences the “constant drive” and notes that managed to solve a lot of issues, including to conclude with the U.S. a new Treaty on limiting strategic offensive arms.
“And that is another post (the President and the Premier) is very complex and serious. These eight years of life – and it’s already almost eight years, is, you know, kind of constant drive”, — Medvedev said in an interview with Euronews.
He noted that there had been a lot of events both domestically and international.
“After all, we not only argued and argued, something did. For example, we at some point agreed on a new Treaty on limiting strategic offensive arms. It’s been good. This document is signed, it is valid, it executes, so we can work together, can negotiate,” added the Prime Minister.
According to him, managed to solve a lot of issues.
“All that’s bright and interesting. Maybe someday I about all this in great detail tell. Well, while I’m working, and it’s interesting work,” — said Medvedev.
The agreement between the Russian Federation and the USA about measures on the further reduction and limitation of strategic offensive arms (start III) was signed in April 2010 in Prague. He replaced the start Treaty of 1991 (start 1) and SORT on may 24, 2002. Came into force on 5 February 2011, the Treaty obliges Russia and the United States to reduce and limit the number of deployed and non-deployed strategic offensive arms. With effect from 6 April 2011, the Russian Federation and the United States can spend annually on 18 inspections. The exchange of information about the number of weapons occurs every six months on March 1 and September 1.