The US Department of the State press service said Russian representatives will familiarize themselves with the operative work of the U.S. national center for nuclear danger reduction.
In April, the delegation of the American center will make a return visit to Moscow. The press service said this exchange will become "an excellent opportunity to improve working relations and operative efficiency of reciprocal streams of data and notifications, as well as expand the openness in our relations with Russia." The Russian national center for nuclear danger reduction was created in accordance with the Soviet-American agreement of 1987 on the creation of centers to supervise fulfillment of agreements to monitor nuclear armaments.
The US center is part of the State Department structure.