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Russia has no plans to withdraw from the Conventional Armed Forces in Europe Treaty without consultations
Russia has no plans to withdraw from the Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE) Treaty without consultations, the head of the presidential expert department, Arkady Dvorkovich, said in his comments on the president’s state-of-the-nation address on Thursday. “We do not intend to withdraw from the CFE at once, but urge consultations,” he said. “This is no way an ultimatum, the goal is to find a coordinated solution,” he said. It is necessary to discuss “what system will be better, whether the parties will ratify it or a new treaty on arms reduction will be necessary.” “If no response follows, the president should submit the proposal for the CFE freeze to the parliament for consideration. If a compromise is found, this will not happen,” Dvorkovich said. He believes that this very principle of a dialogue should be used to resolve the issue on the deployment of the U.S. missile defence components in Europe. “The best floor for discussions is the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe,” Dvorkovich said.
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