Russia tracked the whereabouts of US President Donald Trump. This was announced by his national security adviser Robert O’Brien on Fox News.
In 1992, according to Rambler, 23 states signed the Open Skies Treaty (DON). It allows the parties to the agreement to fly over each other’s territory, controlling military activities. Later, another 11 countries joined the treaty, Russia in 2001.
Some time ago, US authorities announced their intention to withdraw from the Don because of a violation of its conditions, which Russia allegedly allowed.
“They (the Russians. – Ed.) Used the contract improperly,” O’Brien said today.
According to him, during flights over the territory of the United States under the Open Skies Treaty, Russia monitored the whereabouts of Trump.
In August 2019, the United States left the Treaty on the Elimination of Intermediate-Range and Shorter-Range Missiles (INF Treaty) due to alleged violations by Russia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin called it a tangible blow to the arms control system, and the true reason for this is the desire of the United States to get rid of restrictions on the deployment of corresponding missiles around the world.