Bolton says Russia’s nuclear treaty warnings ‘overheated’ – BBC News

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Bolton says Russia’s nuclear treaty warnings ‘overheated’ – BBC News
Heard about pulling out from the Ein after that you’ll be staying over to into the arms race we’ve been discussing with all of the Russian officials. I met with why the president made his decision and we had a berry, interesting conversation just now with defense, minister Troy-Bilt, about how outdated the INF treaty is and overall had a very productive conversation with the Defence Minister was scheduled for about an hour or lasted for An hour dangerous effort into the old arms race of the cold world. Now I think, I think, is overheated. I was here almost exactly 17 years ago to withdrawal from the ABM Treaty. A lot of the same rhetoric. We withdrew from the ABM Treaty and were more secure country today than we were then yesterday is the what his decision. That is aware of the larger Global context that this was bilateral treaty from Cold War Days, Technologies, change, geostrategic reality is changed and we both have to deal with it. No, I think this recognizes the change reality and I think, given Russian violations of the treaty as well, you can’t rely on theology. You have to rely on the other facts on the grounds that we sit so I’ll see you later
Russian warnings that the world will become a more dangerous place if the US abandons a nuclear treaty are “overheated”, US National Security Adviser John Bolton has said.
Speaking to the BBC’s Sarah Rainsford in Moscow, Mr Bolton said he had heard “the same rhetoric” when the US withdrew from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (ABM) in 2001, adding that current discussions with Russia’s defence minister were “constructive”.
His comments come after President Trump said he planned to withdraw the US from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty, accusing Russia of violating it.

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