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Russia will Develop Nuclear Missiles if America Leaves Treaty, says Putin

According to the BBC, on Tuesday, Nato accused Russia of violating the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty. The Treaty states that the United States and Russia cannot use short and medium range nuclear missiles.  Russian President, Vladimir Putin, responded to these claims. He states that Russian violating the agreement is due to President Trump suggesting that America will back out of the treaty. He also hinted that Russia will develop new nuclear missiles if America does withdraw from the treaty. Putin went on television this week to say:

“Now it seems our American partners believe that the situation has changed so much that they must also have such a weapon,”

“What’s our response? It’s simple – in that case we will also do this.”

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