26 June 2001 TBILISI, 25 June (Sarke)–Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze considers that by setting national anti-missile defense systems “the world will become safer and will beat off the chase of nuclear weapon appliance.” In his opinion, not only the United States, but also Europeans have to think over anti-missile defense systems. During a presidential briefing, […]

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