Gаry Crocker: Friends of mine in Moscow would have a hard time finding medicine. Many of these people we'd brought from the BW program were impressed, and wondered whether they could get a case of hypodermic needles that we had, all these great things we had, and I... it always struck me, didn't anybody ever think that with this capacity you could have made incredible pharmaceutical products that... not only for Russia, but for the whole world? I mean if this tremendous capacity, you know, had been turned to other purposes, you could have solved many problems in the... in the Soviet Union. Wouldn't you consider this as decades of misdirection that really could have helped the pharmaceutical industry in... in the Soviet Union? That's the...
Gennadiy N. Lepeshkin: Of course, that would have been much more beneficial for the state.
Slava Paperno (interpreting): That would have been much more profitable for the state.
Lepeshkin: And now, look, the building had to be demolished, the second building had to be destroyed. What's here now is... these, uh, are being used just as storage areas... these arched structures.