Putin intends to discuss with Trump on the withdrawal of the us from the Treaty on the guiding treaty.

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 Putin intends to discuss with Trump on the withdrawal of the us from the Treaty on the guiding treaty.


Trump and Putin will attend the centennial of the end of a world war in Paris, and bilateral talks are planned.

Moscow Kremlin spokesman Per Skov said the two heads of state needed to exchange views on many issues. He pointed out that there are many problems related to strategic stability, especially after the United States announced its intention to withdraw from the China-Navigation Treaty.

Percov added that leaders of the two countries will also discuss bilateral relations.

Earlier, Russian Defense Minister Shoigu told Greek Defense Minister Panos Camenos that the US decision to withdraw from the Midcourse Treaty would have serious consequences for Europe in the first place.

Russias defense minister stressed: It is a very correct move to discuss the decision more widely within the framework of NATO and the EU.

U.S. President Trump earlier indicated that the United States intends to withdraw from the China-Navigation Treaty, accused Russia of violating the treaty, and said that the United States needs to develop weapons restricted by the treaty. Russias Press Secretary Perskov responded by saying Moscow wanted the United States to give a more detailed explanation of the situation and pointed out that the breakdown of the China-Navigation Treaty would force Russia to take measures to safeguard its own security. Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov stressed that there is reaction force on the issue. The Sino-Navigation Treaty, which was signed in 1987 by Ronald Reagan, then President of the United States of America, and Mikhail Gorbachev, leader of the Soviet Union, stipulates that the two sides no longer retain, produce or test land with a range of 500 to 5500 kilometres as a means of delivering nuclear weapons. Base cruise missiles and ballistic missiles. Source: China News Net editor: Shi Jianlei _NBJ11331

U.S. President Trump earlier indicated that the United States intends to withdraw from the China-Navigation Treaty, accused Russia of violating the treaty, and said that the United States needs to develop weapons restricted by the treaty.

Russias Press Secretary Perskov responded by saying Moscow wanted the United States to give a more detailed explanation of the situation and pointed out that the breakdown of the China-Navigation Treaty would force Russia to take measures to safeguard its own security. Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov stressed that there is reaction force on the issue.

The Sino-Navigation Treaty, which was signed in 1987 by Ronald Reagan, then President of the United States of America, and Mikhail Gorbachev, leader of the Soviet Union, stipulates that the two sides no longer retain, produce or test land with a range of 500 to 5500 kilometres as a means of delivering nuclear weapons. Base cruise missiles and ballistic missiles.