Gennadiy N. Lepeshkin: No, that was something I never talked about to anyone, because it is of no interest to them, and it's something that I never bring up.
Interviewer: Whom did you tell about it first?
Lepeshkin: There was a team of American specialists who came here, and they already knew. They visited the site, and they knew specifically who did what. So they may have been the first people who learned about what we did. Yes, it was the Americans, they already understood what we were talking about. They were pretty much aware of everything that was going on. And we spoke to them as colleagues about the ins and outs of our work.
Interviewer: When was that?
Lepeshkin: The first group, which was headed by Andy Weber, came in 1995. And so that was when we began having conversations about what it was we were doing.