U.S. Donald Trump and Russia Battle on Twitter Over China's Role in Nuclear Weapons Deal

U.S. Donald Trump and Russia Battle on Twitter Over China's Role in Nuclear Weapons Deal

    U.S. and Russia Battle on Twitter Over China's Role in Nuclear Weapons Deal


    iplomats from the United States and Russia took their armys control dispute to social media Friday, fighting over who's to blame for the failure of a key Cold War-era treaty and the role of China in trying to forge a new nuclear weapons.

    United States Special Presidential Envoy for Arms Control Marshall Billingslea revealed a Newsweek article on Twitter worrying China's warning to the U.S. not to deploy intermediate-range missiles to the Asia-Pacific area. Such missiles were forbidden as a result of the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty between the united states and Russia. However, President Donald Trump's administration delayed the deal in August, alleging Russian violations.

    "China must talk to Russia who destroyed the INF Deal, deploying battalions of medium range 9M729 missiles (which can't reach US). 

    • Where are they deployed? Who are they aimed at? 

    What an odd scene!

     Showing Chinese National Flags on a negotiating table without China's consent! Good luck on the extension of the New START! Wonder how LOW you can go?" Fu Cong, director general of the Chinese Foreign Ministry's Department of Arms Control, tweeted as respond.

    The flags also appeared to show China's yellow star pattern in the wrong place, something Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian told reporters Tuesday meant U.S. officials must "develop their general knowledge to avoid becoming a laughing stock." He added: "China has on many occasions stated its position on opposing trilateral negotiations of arms control."

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