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NATO Says Allies 'Fully Support' U.S. Withdrawal From INF Treaty

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According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, NATO released a statement claiming to 'fully support' the United States' pending withdrawal from the INF nuclear missile pact over Russia's alleged violations. The statement reads, "The United States is taking this action in response to the significant risks to Euro-Atlantic security posed by Russia’s covert testing, production, and fielding of 9M729 ground-launched cruise missile systems. Allies fully support this action.” On Thursday, US officials said that Washington will soon announce plans to suspend compliance with a landmark treaty with Russia, responding to alleged violations by Moscow.

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