The situation with the US withdrawal from the Treaty on open skies is not the cold war, said on 23 may, the Deputy Director of the U.S. national security Robert O'Brien in an interview with Bild.
“I don’t think this is a new cold war.”
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He backed up his assessment with examples of positive moments in Russian-American relations, for example, the supply of the ventilator of Russia.
“We do not see the consequences he is in the light of us withdrawal from the Treaty”.
That is About'’brien believes that the U.S. has “good relations with Russia.” And with the Contract on reduction of strategic offensive weapons is not so bad: the US is going to work with Russia on a new version of start-3.
As previously reported IA REGNUM, About'Brien said, what in the environment of the American President created a team to work on a new start-3.
With regard to the Treaty on open skies, us Secretary of state Mike Pompeo said that the cancellation of Washington’s participation in the agreement may not enter into force if Moscow “return to compliance”.