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Ambassador Malloy Witnesses the Elimination of the Last Soviet Short-Range Missiles Under the INF Treaty
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Ambassador Malloy Witnesses the Elimination of the Last Soviet Short-Range Missiles Under the INF Treaty
Ambassador Eileen Malloy, chief of the arms control unit at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, Russia, is pictured at the destruction site in Saryozek, (former Soviet Union) Kazakhstan, where the last Soviet short-range missiles under the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty were eliminated in spring 1990. With the passage of the Rogers Act establishing the current merit-based, professional Foreign Service, the modern Foreign Service was created on May 24, 1924. On May 22, 2014, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry delivered remarks at an event celebrating the 90th anniversary of the U.S. Foreign Service. [American Foreign Service Association photo]
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