Russia considering proposal to help develop missile shield

October 19, 2010 15:12


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France — Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday said his country is considering a proposal to help develop a US-led anti-missile shield for Europe — but says the whole idea still worries him.

Medvedev met the leaders of France and Germany for a summit the Normandy beach resort that appeared to bring the three European powers closer together on security issues, despite concerns from some EU nations that were glad to break free of Moscow's orbit after communist times.

Medvedev agreed to attend a summit of NATO leaders in Portugal November 19-20, expected to be attended by leaders including US President Barack Obama.

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