Russian President Boris Yeltsin has signed the ratification bills for Russian-Kazakh treaties under which Russia will pay with weapons for the use of four aircraft and missile test ranges in Kazakhstan. The treaties, which Yeltsin signed March 28, do not cover the Baikonur Cosmodrome where Russia launches its piloted spacecraft and Western commercial satellites. They do cover the Sary-Shagan test range; the Emba test range; the objects and impact fields of the Fourth State Test Range, ...
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