Earlier, the us leader said that Washington will out of this agreement, until Russia starts to fulfil its obligations. The Russian foreign Ministry, in turn, said that he had not received official notification and clarification on this issue from the American side. Earlier, Russian officials have repeatedly rejected charges of the USA in breach of contract.

Speaking about the consequences of the decisions of the United States, the Chairman of the Duma Committee on defence Yury Shvydkin said “undermining European security” from Washington. In comments to RT, he accused the US of “intricacies”, because the vast majority of the signatories of the Treaty – NATO countries.

Switchin expressed confidence that Russia “must not calmly contemplate such actions,” and urged to respond.

“All links in a chain, like deprolongation of the INF Treaty. The United States took a course in constructive relations with Russia, and destructive attitude towards our government and irresponsible attitude to the structure of European security as a whole”, – he stressed.

a member of the Committee of the upper house’s international Affairs Oleg Morozov also reminded of the outlet of Washington and RIAC. “Of all the treaties of the United States are due to the fact that they were allegedly violates Russia”, – said the MP, adding that it happened with the ABM Treaty.

According to Morozov, in the States don’t even hide the fact that out of the treaties “in order to maintain military and political dominance”. So agreements aimed at the balance of power in the world, they are not profitable, he said.

At the same time, according to the head of the Duma Committee on international Affairs Leonid Slutsky, Russia already has a plan to respond to the US withdrawal from the Treaty.

“of Course, Russia has a plan to respond to U.S. steps in relation to DON, although the agreement has a multilateral character, – quotes RIA Novosti words of the Deputy. – I’m sure we will take an informed decision in full compliance with the purposes of protecting national security.”