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Russia renounces Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe

Moscow, May 29 (Prensa Latina) President Vladimir Putin issued a law on Monday by which Russia renounces the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE), the Kremlin website informed.

The Treaty was signed in Paris in 1990 by the then 16 member countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the six member states of the Warsaw Pact.

Nine years later, after the Warsaw Pact was dissolved in 1991, an updated CFE Treaty was signed in Istanbul, Türkiye, in 1999, which was only ratified by Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Ukraine.

In 2007, Moscow decided to freeze its participation in the pact until NATO countries ratified it and began to comply with its provisions.

The CFE Treaty limits the number of tanks, armored vehicles, combat aircraft, helicopters, and heavy artillery on the territory of the signatory states.


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