Britain announces the possibility of the deployment of US nuclear missiles in its territory

Britain announces the possibility of the deployment of US nuclear missiles in its territory

Mon, November 9, 2015 11:21

Britain announces the possibility of the deployment of US nuclear missiles in its territoryBAGHDAD / Mtabahalbgdadah News / .. Britain announced for the possible deployment of US nuclear missiles in its territory, and is considered a “clear signal” to Russian President Vladimir Putin, with the Kremlin considered that these statements will only lead to an escalation of tension.
Said Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the press on behalf of the Russian President, commenting on the statements attributed to British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond: “Yes, in discussions on this subject, no doubt that the steps taken in the course of an escalation of tension is not in the interest of one.”
He said, “This subject is covered in itself does not contribute to enhancing mutual trust and the balance of interests”. Peskov said that “Hammond’s statements do not include specific details, noting that the Kremlin will be watching developments on this issue closely.”
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond announced that his country was ready to host a US nuclear missiles once again, against the backdrop of growing tension in relations with Russia.
He explained the minister, who previously served as defense minister, that the London be sent to Putin “clear signals” in response to “worrying aspects” related to the intensification of Russian military activity, including the deployment of new missiles in Kaliningrad province bordering the Baltic Sea.
The leadership of the Russian Ground Forces recently announced plans to equip a brigade stationed in Kaliningrad missile systems of “Iskander-M” by 2018, such as brigades and other missiles in the Russian army.
The newspaper “Daily Mail” quoted Hammond as saying in this context: “We must send a clear signal to Russia, meaning we will not allow them to go beyond the red line we have set.”
The minister added that the idea of ​​the deployment of US nuclear missiles in the British territory still holds character by default, as the West does not want to take the initiative to “excessive provocations” and the launch of a new arms race against the backdrop of the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.
Hammond said: “We will be following the development of events. We are working in close coordination with the Americans.”
The media reported last week that Washington was considering the deployment of ballistic missiles and winged in Europe or Asia option in response to Russia’s alleged violations of the Convention on medium and short-range missiles.
Moscow expressed concern about such news, and renewed its denial of all the charges in the US this Alhon.anthy 21 / P

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