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Moscow may raise the issue of the fate of the adapted Conventional Armed Forces in Europe Treaty if NATO member-states continue to delay its ratification
Moscow may raise the issue of the fate of the adapted Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE) Treaty if NATO member-states continue to delay its ratification, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Ivanov stated on Wednesday. "The issue of the CFE Treaty's fate is being raised in connection with the expansion of NATO and U.S. infrastructure to Russian borders. Everybody's signed it, but just four states have ratified the document, including Russia," Ivanov said. If this treaty is not ratified by other signatories, Moscow will raise the issue of whether or not this mechanism - that envisions transparent military activities within the confines of Greater Europe - is needed at all, according to the minister. As of now, Russia fully complies with all the restrictions imposed by the treaty but if it sees that other countries do not heed it, it will draw certain conclusions, he said.
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