USA have the opportunity to return to the performance of the open skies Treaty, if Russia will remove the limits on reconnaissance flights over the Kaliningrad region and close to the border with Georgia, said NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg.
Commonwealth Secretary-General was also subjected to prosecution Moscow in "selective enforcement" of the Contract.
"For many years, and among them at several consecutive meetings of NATO, we encouraged the Russian Federation to return to full compliance with the Agreement" - said Stoltenberg.
According to the head of the North Atlantic Commonwealth, if the Russian authorities "will adhere to the" Contract, Washington may reconsider its decision.
the head Donald trump said yesterday on the country's withdrawal from the Treaty on open skies. The Russian foreign Ministry called the decision regrettable step. In the diplomatic Ministry recalled that some time ago a Treaty was concluded on the initiative of the United States, it is the most important element of the European security system.
in the capital of Russia emphasized many times that no violations of the Treaty from Russia. For example, Deputy foreign Minister Alexander Grushko had said that the country plans to continue to follow all the rights and obligations of the Contract until, as long as it works.
in Europe also did not support the exit of the capital of the United States from the Treaty and urged Washington to resume Its execution. So, the Supreme Commissioner of EU on foreign and security policy of Josep Borrell first drew attention, that the Contract is a key element in the monitoring of arms and serves as an important measure of confidence and security. He added that Brussels plans to evaluate the possible effects of decisions of the United States to European security.
The Treaty on open skies was signed in 1992 and became one of the measures for strengthening confidence in the European Union after the cold war. It operates since 2002 and provides the opportunity to participating countries to openly collect information about military forces and activities of one another. It was signed by 34 countries.