Russia on Wednesday expects “very constructive” work with the administration of new US President Joe Biden, whose key unarmed deal, New Start, expires on February 5. AFP, According to Agerpres.
“We hope the new US administration will demonstrate a more constructive position in the dialogue with us,” Russia said in a statement issued minutes after the investment. To Joe Biden at the White House.
Russian diplomacy said that “the previous US administration launched a planned and deliberate campaign to destroy arms control agreements,” accusing the Donald Trump administration of trying to remove restrictions that would allow Washington to grow and use its power. Army without control ‘.
Russia wants to extend new START agreement
“For our part, we support and continue to expand the new start-up agreement,” the Russian MFA said, adding that Russia was ready to act on this “on the basis of equality and mutual respect for interests.”
The new START – the last major agreement between the United States and Russia – signed in 2010 – limits the two countries’ arsenals to 800 heavy missiles and bombers, and 1,550 nuclear weapons, a reduction of nearly 30% over the previous limit set in 2002.
Russia hopes to expect good relations with the United States
Moscow believes in good relations with the United States, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told the official Russian news agency DOS.
“Russia, having lived for hundreds of years, will continue to seek good relations with the United States,” Peskov said. “Washington’s appropriate political will depends on Biden and his team,” he added.
As for Russia, the EFE news agency quoted the Kremlin as saying that “nothing will change” with the inauguration of Democrat Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States.