Thursday, February 7, researcher at Stanford University, former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Steven Pifer has shared information about the possibilities of Ukraine. After the rupture of the Treaty on intermediate and shorter-range missiles, he said, Kiev will get the chance to develop and host a land-based ballistic cruise missiles. About it reports “Russian Dialogue“, reports the “League news Russia”.
On the background of this statement, a political analyst from Canada Ariana Gits reminded the public that the development of shells, hypothetically able to reach Moscow, Kiev will need for years to come.
Ukraine since the beginning did not assume any obligations under the INF Treaty because it was signed by only two countries – Russia and the United States. For her after the termination of the contract, nothing changes, and no opportunity appears.
As you know, on Friday, February 1, trump said that the process of withdrawal from the INF Treaty will last six months starting from 2 February, if Russia does not return to compliance with the agreements.
The Russian Agency has proposed to Washington to take a number of actions on his part to “return to strict observance of” the INF Treaty, stated in the message Department.
In addition, the report of the office of operational test and evaluation the Pentagon says that the United States turned to the development of protection systems from aircraft carriers, torpedoes, and previously installed on five ships complexes soon dismantle specialists.