Russia is denouncing the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE), and Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov has been appointed representative of the president when considering this initiative in the Russian parliament. The corresponding order of Vladimir Putin on Wednesday, May 10, was published on the official portal of regulatory legal acts. “More sanctions against Russia.” What the head of the European Commission promised Ukraine On May 9, the head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, arrived in Kyiv and met with the President… May 09, 15:50
“To appoint Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergey Alekseevich Ryabkov as the official representative of the President of the Russian Federation when the chambers of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation consider the issue of the denunciation of the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe, signed in Paris on November 19, 1990,” the text says.
The CFE Treaty was signed by 16 countries of the North Atlantic Alliance and six member states of the Warsaw Pact, this document was adapted in 1997.
At the same time, NATO countries did not ratify its updated version at that time, continuing to adhere to the provisions of 1990, which contain the norms of conventional weapons based on the balance between NATO and the Warsaw Pact, TASS notes. “The West is afraid of Ukraine’s victory.” The main thing from the interview of ex-NATO Commander-in-Chief Breedlove The military success of Ukraine on the battlefield is the main fear of NATO, since Russia will never allow…
In 1999, an updated version of the agreement was signed at the OSCE summit in Istanbul. The indefinite treaty implied the creation of a system to limit the number of conventional weapons – tanks, armored fighting vehicles, artillery pieces, combat aircraft and attack helicopters.
The adapted treaty was ratified by four countries – Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Ukraine, although the document was signed by representatives of 30 states.
The Russian Federation in 2007 announced a moratorium on the implementation of the terms of the agreement “until the NATO countries ratify [it] and begin to fulfill it in good faith.” Military operation of the Russian Federation in Ukraine. Day 441 The Ministry of Economy of Switzerland called it legally possible to use the frozen assets of the Bank of Russia… 10 May 20:55
On March 11, 2015, Russia suspended its participation in the meetings of the Joint Consultative Group on CFE, thus completing the process of suspending its participation in the Treaty, but purely legally continues to remain in it. From that moment on, the interests of the Russian Federation in the Joint Consultative Group were represented by Belarus, writes RIA Novosti.
Suspension of participation in START
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As stated in the explanatory note, the agreement signed in Prague on April 8, 2010 provides that in order to ensure control over compliance with its provisions, each of the parties has the right to carry out inspection activities.
“At the same time, the United States purposefully fails to fulfill its obligations under the treaty in the specified area of activity,” follows from the text.
The President of the Russian Federation earlier said that Russia was suspending its participation in the START, but not withdrawing from the treaty. “For Russia! For victory! Hooray!”. What Putin said on Red Square On May 9, Russian President Vladimir Putin traditionally spoke at the Victory Parade on Red Square… May 09 13:01
“Having extended this agreement for five years in 2021, as soon as Joe Biden took the presidency in the White House, the US presidential administration and its divisions began to take some illogical actions aimed at undermining this very agreement. And, in my opinion, they are trying not by washing, so by skating to achieve a one-sided advantage over their partner.
One gets the impression that one part of the administration certainly needs this treaty, since it allows control over the development of Russia‘s strategic nuclear forces, while the other does not: it serves as an obstacle to establishing Washington’s hegemony in possession of the most formidable and destructive weapons. Apparently, the START, in their opinion, should be destroyed as the last equal agreement that hinders the achievement of this goal, ”says TASS military observer Viktor Litovkin.