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Aliyev Holds Talks With US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman In Baku

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Aliyev Holds Talks With US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman In Baku

16 de febrero de 2017, 18:24Moscow, Feb 16 (Prensa Latina) The Russian Chief of Staff, Army General Valeri Guerasimov, and the US Joint Chief of Staff, General Joseph Danford debated in Baku, Azerbaijan, the Ministry of Defense reported today.

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A statement released by Dunford's office on February 15 said their agenda would focus on "the current state of U.S".

The sides also discussed Caspian security issues, non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, expansion of bilateral military relations between the two countries, as well as training and military education issues. "Russian military relations and the importance of consistent and clear military-to-military communication to prevent miscalculation and potential crisis".

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