The Kremlin should remove from the EU missiles that violate, according to Washington, the INF Treaty. This was stated by the US President’s Special Representative for Nuclear Nonproliferation Jeffrey Eberhardt.
Thus, he answered the question of how the administration of US President Joe Biden evaluates the initiative of Russian leader Vladimir Putin to introduce a moratorium on the deployment of intermediate and shorter-range missiles in Europe.
Eberhardt is confident that Moscow violated the INF Treaty by deploying missiles.
The United States unilaterally withdrew from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF Treaty) in early 2019. The White House accused Russia of violating the treaty, which the Kremlin denies. At the same time, the agreement ceased to operate on August 2, 2019.