Secretary Clinton traveled to Munich, Germany, February 4 to 6, to participate in the Munich Security Conference where she conducted a series of bilateral meetings and gave remarks highlighting the importance of the transatlantic security relationship.
On Saturday, February 5, the Secretary and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov exchanged instruments of ratification for the New START Treaty, bringing the treaty into force.
A responsible partnership between the world’s two largest nuclear powers to limit our nuclear arsenals while maintaining strategic stability is imperative to promote global security. With New START, the United States and Russia have reached another milestone in our bilateral relationship and continue the momentum Presidents Obama and Medvedev created with the “reset” nearly two years ago.
02/06/2011 Briefing for the Traveling Press
02/06/2011 Interview With Greta van Susteren of FOX News
02/06/2011 Interview With Michele Kelemen of NPR
02/06/2011 Meet and Greet with Staff and Families of the U.S. Consulate General Munich and Embassy Berlin
02/05/2011 Exchange of Instruments of Ratification for the New START
02/05/2011 Question and Answer Session at the Munich Security Conference
02/05/2011 Remarks at the Munich Security Conference Plenary Session
Munich Security Conference