Published: Sat, December 08, 2018
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

If US builds missiles, so will we - Putin

If US builds missiles, so will we - Putin

In Brussels, EU diplomatic chief Federica Mogherini urged Russian Federation and the U.S. to save the treaty, warning that Europe did not want to become a battlefield for global powers once again, as it had been during the Cold War.

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Pompeo said at a meeting with fellow North Atlantic Treaty Organisation foreign ministers on Tuesday that there was no reason why the USA "should continue to cede this crucial military advantage" to rival powers.

"They thought we would not notice", the Kremlin chief said, claiming the Pentagon has already earmarked an amount for the development of missiles banned by the treaty.

Other countries, like the United States and China, are also developing directed energy platforms.

"We are against the destruction of this treaty".

NATO said it was now "up to Russia" to save the treaty. Announcing "Peresvet" is Russian leader Vladimir Putin said that there is every reason to believe that due to the complex Russia in this sphere proved to be a step ahead of their competitors.

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That included the laser system, as well as an underwater nuclear-powered drone and a nuclear-powered cruise missile.

Until then, Pompeo said, the United States would not "test or produce or deploy any systems" that would breach the treaty.

The statement said the member nations "strongly support" the United States claim that Russian Federation is in breach of the pact, and called on Moscow to "return urgently to full and verifiable compliance".

Over the past five years, the U.S. has raised its concerns over the SSC-8 at least 30 times with Russian Federation "to the highest levels of leadership", Pompeo said, only to be met with denials, obfuscation and spurious counter-claims.

Gerasimov said the military buildup of the United States and its allies has forced Russian Federation to increase its combat potential to guarantee its security.

Daryl Kimball, executive director of the Arms Control Association, warned that failing to negotiate a solution with Moscow "risks the start of a new missile race in Europe that will undermine European security".

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