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On November 11–12, 2019, in Moscow, Russian International Affairs Council together with European Leadership Network for Multilateral Nuclear Disarmament and Non-Proliferation (ELN) held a seminar focusing on Russian-British Dialogue on Nuclear Safety: Positions of Moscow and London on the Future of NPT.

On November 11–12, 2019, in Moscow, Russian International Affairs Council together with European Leadership Network for Multilateral Nuclear Disarmament and Non-Proliferation (ELN) held a seminar focusing on Russian-British Dialogue on Nuclear Safety: Positions of Moscow and London on the Future of NPT.

Leading experts on non-proliferation and nuclear issues, former diplomats and military, officials and advisers to analytical centers of Russia and the United Kingdom discussed possible forms of dialog between Russia and the United Kingdom on nuclear issues in the group of nuclear powers in the context of the 2020 NPT Conference.

Dmitry Stefanovich, RIAC Expert, an independent expert in nuclear weapons and non-proliferation, spoke at a seminar session and presented RIAC research and analytical materials on nuclear issues. Based on the results of the workshop, in early 2020 a report with recommendations for the ministries and departments of both countries will be prepared.

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