No progress was made regarding Russia’s alleged violation of Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty in the NATO-Russia Council meeting in Brussels on Friday, said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
Stoltenberg made the announcement in a press conference following the council meeting saying: «We have not seen any signs of a breakthrough.»
«We didn't see any sign of Russia being... Еще willing to come back into compliance with the INF treaty,» added the NATO chief who once again called for readiness for a world without the INF Treaty.
Moscow has been handed until August 2 to come back into compliance with the INF Treaty.
On Wednesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a legislation suspending the INF Treaty which was struck between Russia and the US in 1987.