In 2004, Russian officials asked if the US would be interested in eliminating the treaty, one official explained, and then again in 2007.He cited a State Department official’s interview with the Denver Post in 2015 as good explanation of the issue. Gottemoeller, undersecretary of state for arms control and international security, said: Russia tested starting in 2008 a ground-launched cruise missile that flies to ranges banned by the treaty.Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev signed the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces treaty in the White House on Dec. It required both countries to destroy their “ground-launched ballistic and cruise missiles with ranges of between 500 and 5,500 kilometers,” a range that includes Russia’s European neighbors but doesn’t stretch to the distance between Moscow and Washington, DC, as well as “their launchers and associated support structures and support equipment.”The treaty “marked the first time the superpowers had agreed to reduce their nuclear arsenals, eliminate an entire category of nuclear weapons, and utilize extensive on-site inspections for verification,” as Arms Control explains, and in the years afterward, the two countries destroyed more than 2,600 missiles.
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Chris Murphy, the Democratic senator from Connecticut, called the US withdrawal a “gift to Russia,” saying it “allows them to speed ahead with medium-range nuclear weapons without the watchful eye of the US.”The only winners of this withdrawal will be nuclear weapons’ manufacturers, said several members of Congress in a new bid to limit a new arms race.
“Of course the Russians have been cheating on the INF treaty for years; the question is how we punish them for cheating,” said Jim Cooper, a Tennessee Democratic member of Congress.
Russian officials condemned the US warning in December that Russia should comply immediately or it would pull out of the treaty, calling it “a game made to cover their domestic decision to withdraw from the INF Treaty.”After Trump and Pompeo’s announcements, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that Russia greets the news “with much regret.” Washington has been “unwilling to hold any substantial talks” with Moscow to save the treaty, he said.
NATO “fully” supports the US decision, and Russia “will bear sole responsibility for the end of the treaty,” NATO said in a statement.
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The banned ranges are are between 500 and 5,500 kilometers. Earlier this year, in a brazen display, Russia showed a missile-launch canister to journalists in Moscow that the US said openly violated the treaty.
We are quite sure they have tested a capable missile that flies to those ranges, and they tried to get away with it. “For years they denied they had these missiles,” he said, they tested them on specific dates, and then they “hurled specious insults” at the US when they were questioned about them.“We made it clear what the Russians need to do” for the US to remain in the treaty, “and the Russians are simply refusing to do that,” one official told reporters.
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