Russia withdraws from international agreement to monitor military structures

Russia withdraws from international agreement to monitor military structures

RUSSIA : Russia has officially withdrawn from an international agreement that would lead to the monitoring of military structures.

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed an agreement yesterday (07th) with Russia to withdraw from the international agreement, amid hopes that the United States would rejoin the agreement.

This has created an environment where Russia’s military structures cannot be monitored by other countries.

More than 35 countries, including the United States, Russia and Europe, have signed international agreements to monitor military structures of other countries.

More than 35 countries, including the United States, Russia and Europe, have signed the treaty.

The agreement came into force in 2002. So far more than 1,500 aircraft have monitored military structures in the countries concerned. Through this, transparency in military affairs was maintained.

But the administration, led by US President Donald Trump, which last year accused Russia of violating the agreement, announced its withdrawal.

Russia expected the administration, led by President Joe Biden, to rejoin the deal. However, Russia has announced that it will withdraw from the international agreement as the United States has not made any decision on the matter.

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