NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg launched Russia the “ticking clock” because of the scandal with the INF Treaty

The NATO Secretary General stressed that without observing the terms of the agreement by both parties to the INF Treaty will be just “piece of paper”.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced on Twitter aired his speech at the Munich security conference, during which he urged the Russian government to return to compliance with the INF Treaty. Time for this is not much, he said. It is reported by “League news Russia”.

Stoltenberg stressed that the whole system of control over nuclear weapons is now under threat.

NATO called Russia’s guilt in breaking U.S. missile contract

He confirmed that no compliance with agreement by both parties to the INF Treaty is just a “piece of paper”. In this regard, the European Alliance members to support the White house’s decision to withdraw from the agreement. However, Russia remains a “window of opportunity”, said Stoltenberg.

Russia delivered the USA the ultimatum to destroy the missile launchers Mk-41

While Stoltenberg admitted that NATO is ready to the worst scenario – “a world in which there is no INF Treaty”.

Czaputowicz said that the nuclear missiles of NATO can be accommodated on the territory of Poland without any difficulties.

In addition, the NATO Council declared that Russia bears the responsibility for the unilateral decision of the US regarding the launch of the procedure of termination of the Treaty on the elimination of intermediate-range and shorter-range
Show More

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button