Web Desk(May 22, 2018): The United States still producing missiles which are prohibited by the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty aimed at limiting strategic weapons, said a Russian military official.
The head of the National Nuclear Risk Reduction Center Sergei Ryzhkov said that Washington continues producing a series of target missiles.
These missiles, according to the official, are of a general type and can be installed with different warheads as combat ballistic missiles.
The INF Treaty was signed in 1987 by the former Soviet Union and the United States to ban the development, deployment and testing of ground-launched ballistic or cruise missiles with ranges between 300 miles (483 km) and 3,400 miles (5472 km). 8 Moscow and Washington have repeatedly accused each other of violating the treaty.