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NATO To Continue Working With Moscow Regarding INF Treaty Violations


According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said that NATO will continue to work with Russia to get Moscow to respect the INF Treaty. Stoltenberg reportedly added that intelligence collected from many countries over many years showed that Russia was in violation of the INF treaty. On Friday, the United States announced that it would suspend compliance with the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty with Russia and formally withdraw in six months if Moscow fails to end its alleged violation of the pact.

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