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Russia Launches Armed Intercontinental Ballistic Missile After Trump's Withdrawal from Nuclear Treaty

10 February 2019, 01:09 | Devin Moran

Russia to prevent deployment of US missiles to Baltic States

Trump calls out Russia for violating nuclear treaty

Russian Federation welcomed an offer by US President Donald Trump to renegotiate a landmark nuclear missile pact after he quit the agreement, while cautioning that it's received no specific proposals yet.

Trump said in his State of the Union address on Tuesday that the USA may be open to negotiating another agreement to replace the 1987 IntermediateRange Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, one that could include China as well as Russian Federation.

"Under my administration, we will never apologize for advancing America's interests", Trump told U.S. lawmakers assembled in the House chamber.

Russian Federation suspended the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty at the weekend after Washington announced it would withdraw in six months unless Russian Federation ended what it says were violations of the pact.

"Perhaps we can negotiate a different agreement, adding China and others, or perhaps we can't-in which case, we will outspend and out-innovate all others by far", Trump said during his State of the Union address on Tuesday evening.

"During 2019-2020 we have to develop a land-based version of the seaborne Kalibr system equipped with a long-range cruise missile which showed good results in Syria", Shoigu told defense officials.




Russia's state-owned TASS news agency quoted a Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov on 7 February as saying that Russian diplomats and military will do everything possible to prevent the deployment of U.S. missiles to the Baltic States.

Ryabkov and Thompson, who met on the sidelines of a nuclear powers P5 meeting, said a short time later that the two nations had neglected to connect their disparities. They have also countered with our systems that are in violation.

Matviyenko wrote on her blog on the Russian upper house's website that the United States brought the world to the edge, crossing which may bring some irreversible consequences.

He explained this process of creating a new agreement is still in the early stages, and the US has yet to send any definite proposals.

"I will make every possible effort to prevent it", he said.



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