Moscow doesn’t imagine the New START treaty with the US will be continued, as reaching frequent floor is not possible in opposition to the backdrop of ultimatums employed by Washington, the Russian Foreign Minister stated on Wednesday. In his interview with three Russian radio stations, Sergey Lavrov was requested if he noticed any prospect of the 2 nations agreeing to extend the landmark deal till 2026. The New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, or New START, obliges Russia and the US to cut back the variety of their strategic nuclear missile launchers by half, and it expires in February.“There is no such prospect. I personally don’t see such a prospect,” the FM replied. “My colleagues who work … with the American delegation don’t see such a prospect either.”We’re merely explaining that speaking by way of the language of ultimatums is not possible.However, Lavrov added that Moscow would by no means say it was closing the door on negotiations or curbing contact with Washington on the problem.The talks on prolonging the New START, which have been on maintain for a year-and-a-half, lastly resumed in June, with each side expressing cautious optimism over their doable end result.But the negotiations have apparently reached a useless finish since then, resulting from Washington’s reluctance to hunt compromise, and the calls for for Russia to strain China to affix the deal. Beijing says it has no such plans, with Moscow on many events explaining to Washington that its requests had been “unrealistic.” Also on rt.com Russia needs to increase ‘New START’ nuclear arms management deal however not at any value – deputy international minister Signed in 2010, the New START stays the one main non-proliferation settlement between Russia and the US after Donald Trump’s unilateral withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces treaty two years in the past.Think your mates would have an interest? Share this story!