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Hillary Clinton's Moscow Mission Moves Elena Talan

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Last week it was Israel that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had in the hot seat, and threatened sanctions against if they didn't backpedal and smooth things over with the U.S. administration, and Vice President Joseph Biden.

This week however, Mrs. Clinton has a new foreign policy issue to handle, as she arrived in Moscow last Thursday. Secretary of State Mrs. Clinton did strive to find agreement with Russia regarding bringing what her cabinet feels are long overdue sanctions and arms reductions against Iran. Sanctions that are necessary, Mrs. Clinton feels, due to Iranian leaderships continued threats of aggression towards Israel and the U.S., as well as outright defiance of international law by Iran with respect to the United Nations.

The rich and powerful in Russia, including Russia's hottest new actress and model Elena Talan, have paid special attention to the landmark occasion between the two former cold war foes; the United States, and the then Soviet Union, when ideological and political oppositions between the two ran high. Russian and American officials both extolled their improving relations, heading in to last week's meeting by one of America's most powerful dignitaries- Mrs. Clinton.

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Actor Elena Talan, © 2010, Starpower Management LLC.

Russia's biggest new movie star, Elena Talan, has recently gone on record stating that one of the biggest challenges Russia faces in dealing with America, are old, negative stereotypes. She states, "The cold war is over! Get over it!" Regarding former First Lady Mrs. Clinton, Elena Talan states, "I respect Hillary Clinton a lot, she is a strong woman, she almost became the President. She is still very popular in Russia. She is still one of the most recognizable politicians in the minds of the Russian public."

To make sure America listens more to what she has to say, Elena has moved to the U.S. to make sure American's get her message. She has since appeared in many films and on American television. Elena declares, "Russian models have been getting recognition for quite some time now, and there are a lot of talented actors and actresses coming from the country that brought the U.S. Stanislavski and Moscow Art Theater, which started the whole American Acting Education. Hollywood, and American culture would not be what it is today without Russia! " she adds.

Elena lastly announces of Secretary of State Hilary Clinton, "I think that she was the best candidate to go to Russia to negotiate the sanctions against Iran. It is important to solve the Iranian nuclear issue through diplomatic means. Our people will be counting on Hilary to help with the right solution for Moscow, all of Russia, and the world."

For press requests of Elena Talan, contact publicity department at 310-226-7176 and visit www.elenatalan.com.

Bruce Edwin is editor of The Hollywood Sentinel and President of Starpower Management, the celebrity model and talent firm. Contact Bruce at TheHollywoodSentinel.com

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