RIGA - Nuclear arms control, otherwise known as strategic arms control, is an element integral to international security. Those countries which have nuclear weapons also have a special responsibility in this regard, the Latvian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
Since the end of the Cold War, the number of nuclear weapons in the world has been dramatically reduced. The United States and Russia played a lead role in the process of reducing the weapons, and France and the UK were next. Having said this, in the past few years, a tendency in the opposite direction can be o...
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