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"And he told us, I think that I have already mentioned this to our journalists, that statements by [US President Donald] Trump about the need to withdraw from the treaty were not an invitation for a dialogue, it was the final decision," Lavrov stated, adding, "Apparently back then, or may be even earlier, they began preparations for the launches that have taken place and that violate parameters of the INF Treaty."
He and Gorbachev signed the INF treaty in 1987, banning all land-based ballistic missiles with 'intermediate range' (500-5,500km).
Because the United States scrupulously complied with its obligations to the INF Treaty, these programs are in the early stages.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg broadly supports the US position and agreed that Russia had violated the INF, but he said NATO would react in a "measured way."
Despite its name, the INF Treaty covered all types of ground-launched cruise and ballistic missiles -- whether their payload is conventional or nuclear.
"As for making the INF multilateral, we have already said that this is a bilateral deal between Russia and the United States.
INF president lauded Pakistan's efforts for promoting the game and assured his full support for uplifting the game.
See information in this newsletter and on our website to submit an application for the INF scholarship.
Returnees: Seniors Clark Elliott, IF/OF (Michigan); Max Raynor, P/OF; John Seagrist, C; Jake Ackard, OF; Matt Boyajian, P; Patrick Hoelter, P; Andrew Peters, P; Andreas Reaume, P; Xavier Rodriguez, P; Sammy Sabatello, P; Scotty Young, 3B; Tommy Sesin, Inf. Juniors RJ Nowicki, P (NIU); Nate Holler, P; AJ Christoffer, OF/C.
Russia and US relations are strained since last October when US President Donald Trump alleged Moscow of not complying to the INF treaty and threatened to withdraw from the treaty.
The INF Treaty, signed in 1987, called for a reduction of nuclear arms and forced Russia and the U.S to destroy any weapons with a range of 500 to 5,500 kilometers, along with the equipment needed to build these nuclear arms.
While pointing the finger at each other, both Washington and Moscow have also voiced concern that the INF -- a bilateral treaty between the US and Russia -- does nothing to constrain rapidly growing military power China.