Russia, which grossly violated the Treaty on the limitation of missiles short and medium range (DRMD), was given a last chance to return to the implementation of this agreement and save him.
This statement was made on Tuesday at a press conference ahead of the meeting of NATO defence Ministers, which will take place in Brussels on 13-14 February, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, reports “HVIL”.
“We (Ministers of defence) will discuss Russia’s violation DRMD. Moscow continues to develop and has already placed several battalions SSC-8 (9M729), despite the efforts of the United States and other allies, who tried for many years to persuade Russia to resume implementation of the agreement“. Jens Stoltenberg
In addition, the NATO head said that the USA with the support of allies ready to withdraw from the Contract, and such decision will enter into force after 6 months.
“So Russia now has one last chance to return to a responsible path to return to the performance of the contract and save the INF Treaty. We urge Russia to take advantage of this opportunity”. Jens Stoltenberg
We will remindthat the NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that Europeans should participate in a joint nuclear missions within NATO.
Stoltenberg believes that “the purpose of NATO – a world without nuclear weapons” but at the same time, it is impossible to refuse it unilaterally.
“The separation of nuclear liability is important for NATO. And I urge that as many Alliance partners, including Germany, were part of this responsibility”, – expressed his point of view the Secretary General.
In the publication they write that according to unconfirmed reports, Germany holds about 20 pieces of American nuclear weapons, which was transported to the mid-twentieth century.
As reported by the portal “Znayu”, it was reported that the Russian army may be at least 64 9М729 cruise missiles (NATO designation – SSC-8).
Also “Znayu” wrote that Russian President Vladimir Putin once again epically disgraced and became a target for ridicule in social networks.