, in the document published by the Ministry, it was stated that Russia had 517 and the USA 651 deployed intercontinental ballistic missiles, submarine ballistic missiles and warplanes with the prestige of 1 March within the scope of the New START contract.
According to the paper, Russia has 1456 deployed intercontinental and submarine ballistic missiles and nuclear missile heads, while the USA has 1357 of the kalam-related missile heads.
It was also noted that there were 767 deployed and non-deployed intercontinental and submarine ballistic missile launch systems on the Russian side and 800 on the American side.
It was mentioned in the document that the US renamed a number of underground missile launch systems and refused to include these systems in the treaty.
NEW START TREATMENT
The “New START” treaty, the continuation of the Strategic Weapons Reduction Treaties (START 1 and START 2) signed by the US with the Soviet Union in 1991 and with the Russian Federation in 1993, the last nuclear treaty in force in the middle of Washington and Moscow has the feature.
The accord puts restrictions on long-range nuclear weapon warheads and missiles. The 10-year pact, which entered into force on February 5, 2011, expired on February 5, 2021.
The US administration reported on February 5 that it had decided to extend the treaty for 5 years. Russian State Leader Vladimir Putin also signed the extension decision on January 29th.