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Trump Cites China Nuclear Buildup In Vowing To Abandon Treaty With Russia

Trump Cites China Nuclear Buildup In Vowing To Abandon Treaty With Russia”

Russian President Vladimir Putin complained that us sanctions and other actions against Russia are "absolutely unprovoked" at the start of a meeting with White House National Security Adviser John Bolton Tuesday.

U.S. national security advisor John Bolton has said after meeting Vladimir Putin that the United States can not prevent Russian Federation from violating a key nuclear arms control treaty and will withdraw from it.

He was in Moscow to convey USA plans to withdraw from the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty.

Bolton responded that Trump would look forward to seeing Putin in Paris on the sideline of events marking 100 years since Armistice Day.

USA national security adviser John Bolton said on Monday that Russian meddling in US elections did not have any effect on the outcome, but told Russian officials that it did "sow enormous distrust of Russia" in the United States.

Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists that ditching the treaty "will make the world more dangerous" and rejected U.S. claims that Moscow has violated the pact, instead accusing Washington of doing so. "I think they understand our reasons quite clearly, some of which I think they might fully appreciate from their own strategic perspective".

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The deal banned the production and deployment by the United States and Russian Federation of land-based ballistic missiles-both conventional and nuclear-with ranges between 500 and 5,500 kilometers (310-3,420 miles).

"It needs to be emphasized that it is completely wrong to bring up China when talking about withdrawal from the treaty", Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said.

The Democratic Party supports the buildup to war against Russian Federation and welcomes Trump's threats against Moscow; that is what they have demanded from the outset of his administration.

Russian Federation denies violating the agreement and says it is US missile defense systems in Europe that are in violation.

Yet while Trump may be happy to withdraw from what he considers to be one more bad deal for the USA, it is really Bolton who is the mastermind behind the decision, others say.

But for many arms control experts, the USA move portends something else: a return to the big-power arms race of the cold war years and to the diplomatic tensions, particularly in Europe, that deeply marked that era.

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Bolton is in Moscow meeting with Russian officials as a follow-up to Putin's July summit with Trump in Helsinki. Moscow also threatened to shoot down U.S. missiles in Syria, and Trump responded on Twitter with threats of "nice and new and 'smart!'" United States missiles.

"At a time when the United States and the Soviet Union were the only global superpowers, the INF Treaty was a landmark agreement that helped provide stability and security in Europe, " he said.

Trump also has extended an invitation to Putin to visit Washington, which administration officials said could yield a second full summit next year. Bolton met with his counterpart, Nikolai Patrushev, on Monday. During a news conference afterward, Trump said he believed Putin when Putin asserted that Russian Federation didn't interfere in the 2016 election.

Conversely, the announcement could also allow Russian Federation to blame the United States for the treaty's demise, while pursuing an arsenal of nuclear missiles more freely.

Former Russian leader Mikhail Gorbachev, who negotiated the INF treaty with then-President Ronald Reagan in 1987, also lambasted Trump's plan to pull out of the deal, a decision Gorbachev called "not the work of a great mind".

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