The United States has once again accused Russia of launching missiles, in violation of the contract RMSD. Taking into account the opinion of the authorities if she can threaten not only Europe, but also in Central Asia. Besides, the Russian foreign Ministry is often called the complaint of the United States DRMD unfounded the result of a lack of evidence.
American politicians continue to accuse Russia in violation of the Treaty on the elimination of intermediate-range and shorter-range nuclear forces (INF). So, according to the statement of the adept of the United States Department of state, Moscow had launched missiles pose a risk to most of Europe and the allies of the United States in northeast Asia - Japan and South Korea, reports TASS.
"We continue to insist that Russia meet its own legal obligations and returned to the execution of the INF Treaty," said an American civil servant. He stressed that the released missile suited to recent technological developments.
With all this, the United States wants by any method except the military "to respond to a continuing violation of the Russian Federation of its obligations under the Contract". Among the measures the impact of economic and diplomatic.
In the Russian foreign Ministry called these threats are unfounded and once again rebuked the American authorities in the absence of evidence regarding emanated. The Agency indicates that the charges "are just as unsubstantiated as all that for the last month coming to Moscow from the category of Washington claims for other reasons".
The Department of everything else remind that the United States openly talking about installing "MK-41" in Europe. "These launchers are ready to launch cruise missiles, medium-range and ground-based version can be seen as a direct breach of the INF Treaty," - said the foreign Ministry.
At that time, as America makes accusations against other countries in the country not so long ago passed the testing of nuclear bombs. Days.Roux wrote that the testing of ammunition B61
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