Medvedev sends July 4 congrats to Obama
"We are actively preparing for your visit to Moscow. We proceed [from the assumption] that specific results will be achieved at the summit, which should open new prospects for the development of our ties for the benefit of Russian and U.S. nationals, for peace and progress," Dmitry Medvedev said in his message to the American president.
Earlier, Kremlin aide Sergei Prikhodko said that, along with a key framework arms control agreement, two presidents are expected to sign deals which will expand the country’s bilateral military ties.
That might include the agreement on transit of U.S. military supplies via Russia to