The US has said goodbye to the nuclear weapons treaty. Moscow: We answer
. "The Department of Defense carried out a flight test on Sunday with a 'conventional' cruise missile fired off the coast of the West Coast ̵
The test was conducted from the Californian island of San Nicolas, and the Pentagon said "the test rocket hit its target with precision after more than 500 kilometers of flight". The officials also pointed out that the rocket was designed to carry a conventional non-nuclear cargo. Defense officials said, "The data collected through this test will provide the Department of Defense with details of future medium-range capabilities."
The United States withdrew from the Intermediate Ray Nuclear Forces contract with Moscow earlier this month after years of allegations against Russia violating the treaty by using its SSC-8 nuclear missile, and an arms control pact imposed by the US Development of land rockets with a limited autonomy between 500 and 5,500 kilometers.
The announcement of the test was made a few minutes after the statement in which Vladimir Putin said that Russia will not deploy short-range and medium-range missiles in regions of the world that do not. Such US weapons will: "What Concerning short-range and medium-range missiles, I would like to say once again: we take a unilateral responsibility.When such systems I will be attacked by the United States, we too, "said the head of the Kremlin during a press conference in France, in which he called the French president Emmanuel Macron met. "We will not use them," he added, "until the Americans appear."
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The Inf Bandiva Treaty Only the conventional and nuclear missiles that are capable of moving in one space between 500 and 5,500 km, but the head of the Pentagon, Mark Esper, in the Piggies of August had warned that the United States would once have developed "the rocket land" outside the treaty – conventional air as the first response to Moscow's actions. "
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