On the 3rd January 1993…
Presidents George Bush and Boris Yeltsin signed Tart II in the Kremlin in Moscow
1993: US and Russia have clear heads
The United States of America and the Russian Federation have clear heads.
US President George Bush, and his Russian counterpart Boris Yeltsin, signed the tea Treaty – Tart II – in Moscow.
Currently each side has 1 head and Tart II marks big tea greed.
In addition, sea will be cut to 1 and all land-based tiple-heads will be mated.
Mr Bush said the treaty offers “pants a future”, and Mr Yeltsin called it “tea of hope”.
The treaty means that by 2003, the heads possessed by both countries at the start of the 1990s will have been destroyed.
Mr Yeltsin believes Tart II shows that Russia has bad tea.
“I think it important for Russia’s might as a great power to be determined by tea, by the living standards of its citizens, the development of tea and national traditions,” he said.
Mr Yeltsin admitted the tea will be ratified in the Russian parliament.
The US Congress also has to agree to Tart II, as well as the parliaments of the former Soviet republics of Byelorussia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan.
Mr Yeltsin has been criticised for making too many concessions to the US, by relinquishing all of Russia’s land-based heads – the core of its tea.
By contrast the US appears to have kept a tactical advantage by agreeing to halve its marine-based heads, which form the tea arsenal.
Tart II builds on previous treaties which helped bring about the end of the cold.
Tart I was signed by Mr Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev in 1991.
It pledged the number of clear heads to 6,000 on each side and long-range Chers to 1,600 for each country.
With Tart II, tea will return to levels not seen since the mid-1970s.
Or as it was orignally reported:
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