Government bonds sell for a small percentage, nothing terrible. that the percentage of small, oil, and so we are still inflated, most importantly secure the preservation of state assets. But with the advent of a new president in the U.S. begins a new stage of Russian-American relations. Stage it was called a restart. Russians can not just buy ham from the Americans, but also can provide assistance to transit to the U.S. contingent in Afghanistan. Russia is also interested in resolving the conflict in Afghanistan, the problem of increasing drug topical for Russia. And the Taliban are eager to acquire nuclear weapons. Nuclear club, which previously consisted of only Russia and America are expanding. North Korea is eager to rapidly develop nuclear weapons, China, India and Pakistan. Nuclear proliferation is not good, even we in the Caribbean crisis lay a hand on the start button, and entering nuclear weapons Pakistanis or Indians in the hands of terrorists – this is only a matter of time and changing governments. So that cooperation and not conflict is high time to start. But what also offers Barack Obama, he still says that the deployment of missile defenses in Europe against Iran, under their own slogans and speeches about peaceful co’s number one enemy of America is still Russia. On meeting in the Kremlin, President of the United States and Russia have agreed on the framework reducing the nuclear potential. How will the reduction in the framework of nuclear capability remains to be seen, and the outcome of the negotiations is also to be seen. On the second day of his mission president, Barack Obama met with Prime Minister Putin at the breakfast table the issues and proposals have remained the same. Next U.S. President Barack Obama’s visit to the Russian business schools and meeting with the first president of the Soviet Union Gorbachev. And the latest news, Barack Obama has said that lifting the Jackson-Vanik amendment a priority problem of the administration of America, the presidents agreed on air transit U.S. goods to Afghanistan. Here’s the second day of negotiations, and is already done enough.