In the State Duma commented on the development in the United States of banned DRSMD missiles
The first deputy chairman of the State Duma Defense Committee, Alexander Sherin, commented on the RT statement by Pentagon chief Mark Esper that, due to the termination of the Treaty on the Elimination of Intermediate-Range and Short-Range Missiles, the United States is starting to develop missiles that were previously prohibited by this agreement.
“This is a well-established and well-directed game. No one can guarantee that the United States initially did not have any development. I am absolutely sure that such studies have already been conducted. Now, apparently, the time has come to conduct open trials and that is why in the United States they initiated the whole concert and the circus with the exit from the INF mode, ”the senator said.
According to Tsekov, the Americans, "on the basis of their boorish attitude, did not stop the development of banned missile infantry missiles".
Earlier, Esper said that in connection with the termination of the INF Treaty, the United States was starting to develop missiles that had previously been banned by this agreement.
As the head of the Pentagon, the United States began to carry out research and development work in 2017.