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Biden is ready to conclude a new nuclear arms control treaty with Russia – Ukrainian News, World

United States presidential administration Joe Biden is ready to negotiate with Russia on a new nuclear arms control system to replace the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START-3) when it expires in 2026. About this Biden declared on the eve of the 10th Conference on the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT).

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Biden reaffirmed the US commitment to strive for a world without nuclear weapons. He declared that “a nuclear war cannot be won and never waged.”

“Today, my administration is ready to move quickly into negotiations on a new arms control system that will replace START when it expires in 2026. But negotiations require a partner in good faith to act. And Russia’s brutal and unprovoked aggression in Ukraine has disrupted the peace in Europe.” and constitutes an attack on the fundamental principles of the international order,” the statement said.

Russia should demonstrate that it is ready to resume nuclear arms control work with the United States, Biden said.

“China also has a responsibility, as a nuclear-weapon state under the NPT and a member of the A-5, to engage in negotiations that will reduce the risk of miscalculation and resolve the problem of destabilizing military dynamics. There is no benefit for either of our countries, or for the entire world.” resist meaningful involvement in arms control and non-proliferation issues,” Biden said.

  • February 3, 2021 United States of America and Russia extended treaty on the reduction of strategic offensive arms (START) for five years.

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