Russian President Vladimir Putin said it would be “extremely sad” if the treaty expired and was not replaced by another similar agreement. Photo: Reuters Russian President Vladimir Putin said it would be “extremely sad” if the treaty expired and was not replaced by another similar agreement. Photo: Reuters
Russian President Vladimir Putin said it would be “extremely sad” if the treaty expired and was not replaced by another similar agreement. Photo: Reuters

Putin proposes one-year extension of New START arms control treaty with US

  • The Russian president said it would be ‘extremely sad’ if the accord expired and was not replaced by another similar agreement
  • Tensions have raged for months over the fate of New START, which caps the number of nuclear warheads held by Washington and Moscow

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Russian President Vladimir Putin said it would be “extremely sad” if the treaty expired and was not replaced by another similar agreement. Photo: Reuters Russian President Vladimir Putin said it would be “extremely sad” if the treaty expired and was not replaced by another similar agreement. Photo: Reuters
Russian President Vladimir Putin said it would be “extremely sad” if the treaty expired and was not replaced by another similar agreement. Photo: Reuters
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