Vladimir Putin’s strong statement.  It is about the production of banned missiles

As Reuters noted, Putin’s announcement marks a final departure from one of the biggest Cold War treaties, which was struck over fears that the United States and the Soviet Union were entering into an arms race with China.

The Treaty on the Complete Elimination of Short- and Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) was signed by the Soviet Union and the United States in 1987. In 2019, Washington, under Donald Trump, broke the agreement because Russia, according to the United States, did not adhere to its arrangements. The Kremlin strongly rejected these accusations.

Will banned missiles return to Russia? “We have to answer this.”

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