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Group of U.S. experts has begun inspections of a strategic arms base in Bryansk
A group of U.S. experts has begun inspections of a strategic arms base in Bryansk, central Russia, in compliance with the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START-1). “They inspect a process of destructing a rail-based missile complex,” a source at the Russian Defence Ministry said on Tuesday. The inspectors arrived at a repair plant, which began to destruct this year’s sixth railroad missile complex. It will take seven days to eliminate a complex designed to transport, stockpile and launch intercontinental ballistic missiles RS-22B (SS-24 Scalpel in western classification). The complex has been used for 15 years and became non-operational. It was deployed near Krasnoyarsk, Perm and Kostroma. There have been 36 RS-22B missiles in service of the Russian strategic missile troops since 1989. In August 2005, the last railroad missile complex was decommissioned in Kostroma.
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