Why did Russia deploy Iskander OTRK in Europe?
One of the points in the series of already familiar hysteria regarding the start of the war against Russia is concern about the deployment of the latest weapons systems, whose existence, if confirmed, may violate the Treaty on the Elimination of Intermediate-Range and Short-Range Missiles (INF Treaty). The INF Treaty has operated since the end of 80 and its conditions have banned the presence of ballistic and ground-based cruise missiles with a range from 500 to 5,5 thousands of kilometers. Since then, both the United States and Russia have not only eliminated existing stocks of weapons that fell under this category, but also refrained from testing and placing new models.
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