US Delegation Due In Moscow For ABM Talks

The delegation of US administration representatives that President George W. Bush has dispatched to Europe to hold talks on the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty is due in Moscow on Friday, May 11. Deputy Secretary of Defence Paul Wolfowitz, who heads the delegation, arrives accompanied by US deputy national security adviser Stephen Hadley, US State Department official spokesman Richard Boucher told journalists in Washington on Monday. This morning, the delegation launches into negotiations with the States' NATO allies in the Brussels-based headquarters of the North Atlantic Alliance. On the evening of May 8, the delegation leaves for London, where it splits in two. Wolfowitz, Hadley and a group of experts shall visit Paris and Berlin on Wednesday and Warsaw on Thursday before moving on to Moscow on Friday. After that, the group returns to Washington. The second group of experts, headed by Assistant Secretary of State Marc Grossman, leaves London on Wednesday and heads for the Hague and Copenhagen. The next day, the group moves on to Rome. The last move before returning to Washington is to Ankara on Friday.

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