US-Russian New START Treaty Unlikely to Be Extended - Bolton | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

US-Russian New START Treaty Unlikely to Be Extended - Bolton

The New START treaty was signed in 2010 and is currently the only Russia-US arms control treaty.

The treaty expires in 2021 and the administration of US President Donald Trump reportedly remains undecided on whether to extend it, while Russia has repeatedly stressed that it is ready for dialogue.

The agreement limits the number of deployed intercontinental ballistic missiles, submarine-launched ballistic missiles, nuclear-armed bombers and nuclear warheads.

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