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US Willing to Discuss Troop and Missile Limits with Russia

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According to a leaked memo published in a Spanish newspaper on Wednesday, the US may be prepared to engage into an agreement with Russia to calm tensions over missile installations in Europe if Moscow backs down from the verge of war in Ukraine.

The US is “ready to discuss circumstances mutual transparency measures and mutual recognition agreements by both the US and Russia to pretext from dispatching aggressive ground-launched ballistic missiles and perpetual forces with a military operation on Ukrainian territory,” as per a copy of the US manuscript on the El Pais website.

The US has also long stated that NATO’s European missile shield in Romania, as well as a proposed station in Poland, will not be used to fight against Russian rockets in the future, but rather to guard against threats from Iran and the wider Middle East.

In its written response, the US pledged transparency on its missile sites in Romania and Poland in exchange for Moscow doing the same at two sites in Russia.

The viewpoints outlined in the two memos, which were officially sent to Moscow on January 26, are consistent with previous public declarations by Washington and its partners, notably in terms of military openness. You can also read more about Domestic Violence Help.

The US has also long stated that NATO’s European missile shield in Romania, as well as a proposed station in Poland, will not be used to fight against Russian rockets in the future, but rather to guard against threats from Iran and the wider Middle East.

In its written response, the US pledged transparency on its missile sites in Romania and Poland in exchange for Moscow doing the same at two sites in Russia.

According to the West, more than 100,000 Russian troops are stationed around Ukraine’s borders and in Belarus. Russia dismisses Western allegations that it is contemplating an invasion of Ukraine.

According to the West, more than 100,000 Russian troops are stationed around Ukraine’s borders and in Belarus. Russia dismisses Western allegations that it is contemplating an invasion of Ukraine.

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