Deputy State Department spokesman Vedant Patel said the United States continues to provide notifications to Russia under the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START). It has been reported DEA News.
“The United States continues to provide all notifications required by the START-3 agreement,” he said.
Patel also noted that the American side no longer informs the Russian Federation about the number of nuclear weapons.
Previously, the Pentagon, the United States on March 27 requested Russia exchanged information under START, but was refused. The ministry added that it will not transmit information to Moscow as part of START due to Washington’s refusal to participate in the exchange.
Prior to that, Deputy Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation Sergei Ryabkov declarationThat Russia no longer has common ground with the United States on the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START).
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