The United States is considering Manufacture of missiles prohibited under the Russian-American treaty. At which the United States is considering the possibility of developing various types of missiles.
Developing banned missiles during the Russian-American treaty:
The Pentagon announced that the United States is considering the possibility of developing various types of missiles. Which were banned under the Russian-US treaty on short- and medium-range missiles.
The current situation:
Regarding the extent of (missiles) within the framework of the short- and medium-range missile treaty, in particular, we are no longer a party to the treaty, and above all, we look at how We can take advantage of this, will it be by (developing) missiles for precision strikes .. Undoubtedly, by developing supersonic weapons?
However, McCarthy refused to answer a question concerning possible plans to deploy missiles previously banned under the treaty.
Moscow said earlier on Tuesday that:
It regretted that the United States had tested missiles previously banned by the medium- and short-range missile treaty, arguing that Washington had long planned to undermine the treaty.
The United States on Monday announced the launch of a winged missile with a range of more than 500 km for the first time after Washington withdrew from the missile treaty on Aug. 2.