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Practical Steps of the Russian Federation towards Nuclear Disarmament

The practical steps of the Russian Federation to fulfill its commitments demonstrate its determination to genuinely pursue nuclear weapon reductions. While recognizing that there has been certain progress towards nuclear disarmament and the fulfillment of commitments under Article VI of the NPT, Russia believes that the ultimate goal of the complete elimination of nuclear weapons can only be achieved through a step-by-step process, the participation of all states with nuclear capabilities in a way that promotes strategic stability and based on the principle of undiminished and increased security for all.

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2015 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, New York, April 27 – May 22, 2015

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