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Moscow Russia has accused the United States of breaching its non-proliferation obligations under bilateral nuclear arms reduction treaties and supplying banned technologies to Israel and other American allies in violation of its commitments.
Hillary Clinton, who accused Tehran of breaching NPT rules by seeking to build nuclear weapons.
Western delegations seek a consensus declaration on toughening the treaty’s rules against suspected nuclear cheaters, such as Iran, and ways to regulate nuclear fuel production.
MOSCOW | Sun Aug 8, 2010 2:42am IST
(Reuters) - Russia accused the United States on Saturday of breaching its obligations over the non proliferation of weapons, a sign of strained relations between the two powers.
Russia also accused the United States of preventing international supervision of its compliance with the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention.
The ministry also said secret information from the U.S. Los Alamos nuclear weapons laboratory had ended up at the hands of a drug dealing gang in 2006.
"The peculiarity of the incident was that, unlike in several other such cases -- when nuclear secrets were obtained by foreign intelligence services -- now they were found by police with a criminal group connected to the drug trade," it said