Moscow will meet any US initiative to extend new nuclear missiles closer to Russia by instituting its own missiles closer to the United States by instituting faster missiles or both according to the Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Russian President was not attempting confrontation and would not take the first initiative to institute missiles in reply to the decision of Washington in this month to abandon a remarkable Cold War-era arms control treaty.

But in his resistant remarks yet on a capable new arms race, he said the feedback of Russia to any kind of deployment would be determined and the US lawmakers, some of whom he charged of being depressed with American exceptionalism, should estimate the risks before taking any steps.

Putin expressed political pick to prominent acclamation of Russia Saying, “ It’s their right to think how they want. But can they count? I’m sure they can. Let them count the speed and the range of the weapons systems we are developing”.

He also told, “ Russia will be forced to create and deploy types of weapons which can be used not only in respect of those territories from which the direct threat to us originates but also in respect of those territories where the centers of decision-making are located”.

He also added, “These weapons, by their tactical and technical specifications, including their flight time to the command centers I’m talking about, will fully correspond to the threats that will be directed against Russia.

The nuclear missiles already aimed the United States and vice versa. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s statement is supposed to invoke memories of the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962 while the Soviet Union responded to a missile deployment by the US  in Turkey by sending ballistic missiles to Cuba, inflaming a deadlock which pushes the world to the edge of nuclear war.

 

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