Trump says U.S. will pull out of intermediate range nuke pact

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"If we get smart and if others get smart, and say 'Let's not develop these disgusting nuclear weapons, ' I would be extremely happy with that", he added.

"This would be a very unsafe step that, I'm sure, not only will not be comprehended by the global community but will provoke serious condemnation", deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabkov told TASS state news agency.

"This fact is significant because the USA has no comparable capability due to our adherence to the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty with Russia", Harris said in a statement to the Senate Armed Services Committee.

NATO has credited the INF treaty with playing a crucial role in ensuring security for 30 years by ending the proliferation of ground-launched intermediate-range nuclear missiles.

"Russia has violated the agreement".

Speaking to journalists at Elko Regional Airport, Donald Trump said he was pulling out and claimed Russian Federation have been breaching the agreement for years. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), little recourse but to plead with Trump to pursue negotiations to update and broaden the INF Treaty instead of declaring it dead.

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The agreement has constrained the USA from developing new weapons, but America will begin developing them unless Russian Federation and China agree not to possess or develop the weapons, Trump said.

"And we have shown patience while pointing out over the course of many years the flagrant violations of this treaty by the USA itself". One of the most significant results of the visit was an agreement on a Putin-Trump summit in Helsinki on July 16.

The Guardian reported on Friday that the national security adviser, John Bolton, was behind the push to withdraw from INF.

After Russia, Bolton will travel to Azerbaijan for discussions on a range of regional issues, including Iran, before continuing to Armenia and Georgia.

Russian Federation has been accused in recent years of breaching the treaty including by then US President Barack Obama in 2014 after Moscow allegedly tested a banned missile. "I think that would be a huge mistake".

The Turkey-Russia deal reached last month calls for the removal of all members of Syrian radical groups and heavy weapons from the 15-20-kilometer (9-12 mile) deep demilitarized zone in Idlib. It limits the number of deployed strategic warheads on either side to 1,550.

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In 2014, CNN reported that the U.S. had accused Russian Federation of violating the INF Treaty, citing cruise missile tests that dated to 2008.

There are also plans to complete a large radio telescope that ran aground in 1991, which Russian Academy of Sciences president Alexander Sergeyev said would be the first Russian scientific center on foreign soil, Vestnik Kavkaza writes. Many also argue that the treaty is obsolete, because it doesn't restrict China's proliferation.

Defense Secretary James Mattis has suggested that a proposal to add a sea-launched cruise missile to its nuclear arsenal could provide leverage to persuade Russian Federation to honour INF.

"Do they really not understand in Washington what this can lead to?" he asked.

Jeffrey Lewis, the director of the East Asia nonproliferation program at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey agreed.

"I doubt very much that the U.S. will deploy much that would have been prohibited by the treaty".

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