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Russia suspends participation in last remaining nuclear treaty with U.S.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin announced during his annual state-of-the-nation address that Russia will halt its participation in the New START nuclear arms reduction treaty with the US. The treaty limits the number of deployed intercontinental-range nuclear weapons both countries can have. Putin's speech was characterized by grievances against the West and accused the US of seeking to "inflict a strategic defeat" on Russia. The US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, called Putin's decision "deeply unfortunate and irresponsible". Despite this, the Russian foreign ministry said that Moscow would continue to abide by the limits set by the treaty and continue to exchange information with the US on planned launches of intercontinental and submarine-launched ballistic missiles. US officials said the Biden administration had feared Putin might decide to withdraw Russia from the treaty altogether and no longer recognize the agreed limits on the nuclear arsenal.
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