This week, Secretary Clinton travels to Europe. In Moscow, she will meet with President Medvedev and Foreign Minister Lavrov to discuss bilateral and regional issues, such as cooperation on Afghanistan, Iran, the Middle East and North Korea. They will also review progress and provide guidance on a successor agreement to START and next steps for the Clinton-Lavrov Commission. These consultations are an integral part of our renewed partnership with Russia.
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