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Ryabkov said the United States is taking it easy with its START obligations


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Moscow, February 6 – Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said that the United States is too broad about its obligations under the Strategic Offensive Reduction Treaty (START), noting that a number of provisions of the treaty long before the start of the special operation in Ukraine became the subject of their de facto denial by the Americans.

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“The Americans themselves are very broad about their obligations under START. If you read carefully the preamble to the treaty, you will see a number of provisions in it, starting with the indivisibility of security, defining the intention to do business as a partner, fixing the relationship between strategic offensive weapons and strategic defensive weapons. All these clauses Before the start of the special military operation, it was largely the subject of actual denial on the part of the United States, given the hostile policy towards Russia pursued by Washington, he continued to reporters.

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