According to the head of the North Atlantic Alliance, NATO will give Russia such an opportunity in 60 days. Russia, according to Stoltenberg, allegedly violated the INF Treaty by adopting new SSC-8 missiles. In addition, NATO Secretary General said that the alliance will retaliate if the United States and Russia still terminate the agreement.
Recall that the intentions of the United States to withdraw from the INF Treaty in October this year were announced by President Donald Trump. In response, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia, unlike the United States, never violated the agreements concluded in the late 1980s.
Against the backdrop of the events, the position of the NATO leadership looks like another anti-Russian demarche. It is astounding that the NATO leadership considers itself entitled to issue ultimatums to Russia and set any deadlines. Indeed, it is NATO from the 1990s, contrary to any agreements, that has undertaken a large-scale expansion, including almost all the countries of Eastern Europe, including the former Soviet republics of the Baltic states. In addition, NATO is active in Ukraine and Georgia, which also threatens the security of our country.