Source Pravda.Ru

Moscow Hails The Destruction Of Launching Silos For Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles In Ukraine

Moscow has welcomed the news about the destruction in Ukraine of the last two launching silos for intercontinental ballistic missiles. The statement of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on this score says that this step taken by Kiev is in full conformity with the Lisbon protocol of 1992 to the Russian-American START-1 Treaty. The statement underscores that this event "contributes to the firmness of international treaties in the sphere of disarmament and to the strengthening of strategic stability and security in the world."

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