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Washington had hoped the Cairo meeting would lead to the resumption of inspections under the New START treaty
WASHINGTON—Russia has postponed arms-control talks scheduled for this week, U.S. officials said, a fresh setback to efforts to shore up the last major nuclear-weapons treaty between Washington and Moscow.
U.S. officials had hoped that the meeting, which had been scheduled for Tuesday in Cairo, would lead to the resumption of inspections under the New START treaty, which cuts long-range U.S. and Russian nuclear arms.