Russia’s Foreign Minister Segey Lavrov has met with his Ukrainian counterpart at The Hague. It is the first time the two have been together since the crisis in Ukraine began. Lavrov told reporters that they talked about steps needed to have a dialogue based on “mutual respect.” The ministers met at a gathering of world leaders at the annual Nuclear Security summit. However, with the latest situation in Crimea, and other important bilateral meetings going on, nuclear safety may not be at the top of the agenda. CCTV’s Jack Barton reports.
For in-depth analysis on the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit at The Hague, anchor Mike Walter is joined by Joseph Costa, a nuclear nonproliferation expert at the Truman National Security Project.
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