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俄罗斯证实部署战术导弹边界附近与北约

Russia confirmed Monday that it has deployed its tactical Iskander-M missiles along the borders with NATO countries, insisting the deployment did not violate international treaties.

"The deployment of Iskander missile battalions on the territory of the Western Military District does not violate any respective international agreements," the RIA Novosti news agency quoted the defense ministry's spokesman Igor Konashenkov as saying.

Some Western media has reported earlier that Russia deployed these systems in its westernmost isolated Kaliningrad region and along its border with Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

The missiles deployed are said to have a range of 400 kilometers, which thus do not fall under a category of the middle- range missiles banned by the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty between Moscow and Washington.

In 2011, the then Russian president Dmitry Medvedev warned that Russia would station Iskander tactic missiles in Kaliningrad and southern Krasnodar region, should the United States implement its phased approach to the anti-missile defense program, which Moscow has repeatedly warned may cause "ice-age" in relations with the United States.

简明翻译:俄罗斯周一证实,军方已经在俄罗斯接壤北约国家的边境部署了战术伊斯坎德尔-M导弹,并且坚称该行动没有违反国际条约。早在2011年,当时的俄罗斯总统梅德韦杰夫就警告说,俄罗斯将在加里宁格勒和克拉斯诺达尔江南区站伊斯坎德尔战术导弹。
 

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