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Putin: ISIS in Syria executes hostages

Putin: ISIS in Syria executes hostages

The New York Times citing unnamed sources reported Friday that Bolton is expected to tell Russian Federation that the U.S.is getting ready to leave the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty. It prohibits the United States and Russian Federation from possessing, producing or test-flying a ground-launched cruise missile with a range of 300 to 3,400 miles.

Withdrawing from the INF treaty could have major implications for US defense policy in Asia and toward its main strategic rival there, China, with which Trump is engaged in a trade war.

The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty was signed in 1987 by then-US President Ronald Reagan and Soviet General-Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev in Washington. The Russian President noted that the goals set by Moscow, starting operation in Syria, "achieved", and after the final victory over the terrorists from the country will have to withdraw all foreign troops.

Nearly 3,000 Russian troops are now based in Syria.

Putin emphasized during an global policy forum in Sochi that Russia's military doctrine doesn't envisage a preventative nuclear strike.




Putin said his meeting with Trump in Helsinki in July was positive and they had a "normal, professional dialogue" even though their exchange brought strong criticism from Trump. The U.S. State Department later said Moscow had begun deploying the missile.

The Kremlin has denied any election interference or role in the nerve attack. While the treaty was seen as effective for years, Russian Federation has been violating it at least since 2014.

Trump's invitation to Putin to visit Washington still stood, the official said.

John Bolton leaves Saturday on a trip to Russia, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia.

While in Moscow, Bolton will emphasize the importance of maintaining United Nations sanctions against North Korea to keep pressure on Pyongyang to eliminate its nuclear weapons program.

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