NATO calls on Russia to respect nuclear weapons treaty with US

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The so-called ‘New Start Treaty’ was signed between Russia and the United States in 2010. It sets a limit of 1,550 on the number of nuclear weapons both countries will deploy, as well as sets a limit on the number of missiles carrying nuclear warheads.

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has urged Russia to honor its nuclear arms treaty with the United States and allow it to resume ground inspections of military sites. The so-called ‘New Start Treaty’ was signed between Russia and the United States in 2010. It sets a limit of 1,550 on the number of nuclear weapons both countries will deploy, as well as sets a limit on the number of missiles carrying nuclear warheads.

According to this, both countries can inspect each other’s nuclear base and auxiliary centers. “We express our concern that Russia has not fulfilled its legally binding obligations under the ‘New START’ treaty,” the NATO ambassadors said in a statement. He supports it and believes it helps limit the spread of nuclear weapons.

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