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technologies which could conceivably inflict damage on the interests of the Russian Federation or undermine its international commitments, including those in the field of non-proliferation of nuclear weapons.
The export control regime per se is quite flexible. It makes it possible for federal executive agencies to either prohibit or allow export of materials and technologies subject to export restrictions. At the same time, this regime requires that decisions governing exports of nuclear goods and services, including those going to the United States, be made on a case-by-case basis. This may slow on the implementation of certain specific transactions or even cancel them altogether.