Russian President Vladimir Putin signs legislation to end the country’s Open Skies treaty with the United States. Officially on Monday Less than two weeks before a meeting with President Biden in Geneva on Monday
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Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tweeted in November last year that “America is safer”; after withdrawing from the 1992 treaty. “Russia continues to fail to fulfill its obligations,” he said, according to the Arms Control Association.
Reuters reported that Moscow called Biden’s decision not to join the treaty again “a shambles”. “Political Mistakes”
The Wall Street Journal editorial lauded Biden’s decision not to participate in the pact aimed at building trust between Russia and the West by allowing more than three dozen signatories to conduct patrol flights over each other’s territory. To gather information about troops and their activities.
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The paper calls this treaty. “The relic of the optimism that accompanied the collapse of the Soviet Union”, but said these agreements “Only applicable if both parties act in good faith.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.