Iran, North Korea and Pakistan should come to realize that there is a certain centre of good will, a decision-making centre that would react at once to a deterioration of the situation, without getting bogged down into protracted debates or innumerable coordination moves. So, we have suggested to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov that Russia should set up this kind of centre of rapid reaction to any development that sparks concern. But generally this would prove precisely a deterrence centre, a centre of rapid reaction to nuclear threats. We believe it would prove the best if such centre were headed by the US and Russian Presidents. The centre would take care not only of nuclear arms sales, but of any transaction involving nuclear technology, nuclear fission materials etc, says Vyacheslav Kantor.
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