MOSCOW – The last leader of the Soviet Union’s contribution praised George H. W. Bush delivered at the end of the Cold War. Mikhail Gorbachev said that the late American former president was a “true partner” was, message to news agency Interfax.
Bush and Gorbachev signed as leaders of their countries under a treaty on the limitation of nuclear weapons. That happened even before the fall of the Soviet Union. The communist empire fell in the early nineties, apart, when Bush the president of the United States.
Gorbachev (87) says Bush and to have worked in a “dramatic” time. “The result was the termination of the Cold War and the arms race,” said the former soviet leader, known for its historical policy of perestroika (hervormingspolitiek) and glasnost (openness).