America only tries to impart knowledge to Russia. Russia has made this comment on talks regarding nuclear weapons. America and Russia are major nuclear powers. Both have signed several treaties on nuclear arms control and both express concern over this. But both keep blaming each other and hence these agreements could not materialize.
Reuters, Moscow The Kremlin said on Wednesday that it is ready to negotiate with the US on nuclear weapons, but this has not been possible so far because the US only tries to give knowledge to Russia.
America and Russia are major nuclear powers. Both have signed several treaties on nuclear arms control, and both express concern over this. But both keep blaming each other, due to which these agreements could not materialize.
The country starts lecturing others’
When Russian Defense Ministry spokesperson Dmitry Peskov was asked about efforts to control nuclear weapons, he said that dialogue is necessary, but it is not happening because during this time one country starts lecturing the other.
We cannot accept such a situation. But we know the importance of communication for this. We are ready for this, but the situation has still not changed. Meanwhile, on Tuesday Russia formally withdrew from the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe. He held America and Western countries responsible for withdrawing from the treaty.
Claim of Russia-backed leader killed in car explosion
Ukraine’s intelligence agency has claimed that Russia-backed lawmaker Mikhail Filippenko has been killed in a car explosion in Luhansk. He has been active in the Russia-backed separatist movement in Luhansk since 2014. Meanwhile, Ukraine has accused Europe of 60 attacks on its energy infrastructure in the past few weeks ahead of winter.
Zelensky called the EU’s invitation historic
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Wednesday described the EU executive’s recommendation to invite Ukraine to early membership talks as a historic step. He said that this step of the European Commission is a milestone. On the other hand, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Wednesday reiterated support towards Ukraine and held Russia responsible for this.