Azerbaijani left party appraises U.S. decision to review deployment of MDS in Europe
Azerbaijan, Baku, Sept. 19 / Trend J. Babayeva /
The Azerbaijani People's Socialist Party (APSP) welcomed Obama's decision to revise plans to deploy missile defense system in Poland and the Czech Republic.
The party believes this decision will improve the U.S. and Russia relations, as well as will restore peace and create a more equitable world order, the party said on Sept.19.
On Sept.17, U.S. President Obama made a statement on the refusal of the United States from its plans to deploy U.S. missile defense system in Poland and the Czech Republic.
The former U.S. administration actively pushed the project on creation of a national missile defense system. George Bush's administration intended to deploy ten interceptor missiles in Poland and radar in the Czech Republic by 2013 under the pretext of protection of the alleged missile threat from Iran. Moscow was concerned that these systems will threaten its security.
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