Russia possesses sufficient technologies to track the military infrastructure of foreign states to ensure the security of our country. This was stated by a member of the Committee on International Affairs Anton Morozov, a deputy from the LDPR faction.
Today, the State Duma will consider a bill denouncing the Open Skies Treaty. In connection with the withdrawal of the United States from the treaty, “it makes no sense for the Russian Federation to remain a party to the treaty,” the deputy said.
“Over the years, the treaty has been violated many times by the United States and other states. The Russian Federation was also accused of violating this agreement, and as a result, the work on the agreement turned into an exchange of mutual claims and calculating the balance of which side was most violated. This is not productive work, ”the parliamentarian stated.
“For 30 years, tracking technologies (satellite and others) have gone far ahead and the contract no longer has practical value, such as it had 30 years ago. Russia possesses sufficient technologies to monitor the military infrastructure of foreign states so as to fully ensure the security of our country, ”concluded Anton Morozov.