Russia does not object to NATO missile defense in Europe, provided that conditions are met that guarantee that the system is not directed against the Russian Federation

Russia does not object to NATO missile defense in Europe, provided that conditions are met that guarantee that the system is not directed against the Russian FederationRussia does not object to the creation of a NATO missile defense system in Europe under the four conditions that guarantee that it will not be directed against the Russian Federation. This was stated by the Permanent Representative of Russia to NATO, Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation on cooperation with the Alliance on the issue of missile defense Dmitry Rogozin during the 15 held in June in the British capital meeting with representatives of the British and Russian media.


He took part in a conference on missile defense issues organized by the Royal Institute for Defense Studies.

"We are not against how the US will defend the territory of its European allies, but we do not ask to protect us, we will figure it out here," said Rogozin, meaning that the objects of the NATO European missile defense system should be safe from Russia’s borders distance.

“These guarantees should include specific criteria of the non-directionality of the missile defense potential being created against the strategic nuclear potential of the Russian Federation. If the target of the missile defense system being created is, as stated, the possibility of intercepting short and medium-range missiles, then the missiles, their number, their range, their speed must have parameters that meet these goals, "her position with NATO explained to the position of Russia.
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  1. Vladimir
    Vladimir 17 June 2011 10: 41 New
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    Correctly. So, calmly, without tantrums and nerves, what they so eagerly expect from us. Let them spend it, and we will see how it will look. There will be no missile defense in Europe. Moreover, in such unstable countries as Romania, Hungary or the Baltic states. Missile defense systems are fixed points, mines, PRN systems, command posts, missile systems, very complex, expensive in a large territory with false understudies of ground and underground infrastructure, and all this requires several decades of guaranteed peace in the host country. And who knows what will happen to Romania in 5-10 years? Yes, with the United States itself there are already big questions that no one answers, even in the United States itself.
  2. Superduck
    Superduck 17 June 2011 11: 39 New
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    In general, I was a little lost in this matter, maybe someone will explain to me. Here is an example of patriots or an engineer in Poland, the closest ICBM mines in the Smolensk region as far as I know. Those. she certainly will not be able to knock down a rocket on takeoff, far too far. This rocket is unlikely to reach the orbit and also did not quite understand if the rocket flies clearly over Poland, will it still be the second stage or already the head when the separation occurs?
    I don’t know how it is now, but earlier in Soviet times the missile defense was considered exclusively as a system for covering important objects and not as a system for intercepting missiles in the early flight cycles. Because there was a treaty on missile defense, i.e. due to restrictions on the deployment of missile defense systems, the signatory countries were artificially weakened in the event of an ICBM strike, only Moscow, Sverdlovsk and Primorye seemed to hide behind the USSR. So that no one had the illusion that he would knock down all the warheads. What has now changed, what are the anti-missile threats in Poland threatening Russia with?
    1. PSih2097 17 June 2011 11: 49 New
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      We do not know what complexes will be in Poland, if a patriot or standard, then nothing, but if GBI with its range up to 5 tkm and the possibility of equipping nuclear warheads, which is essentially a medium-range missile, then the fears are justified.
      1. Superduck
        Superduck 17 June 2011 12: 08 New
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        but Merikos seem patriots declared. If GBI, then of course here the Russian Federation needs to do everything right up to the partition of Poland. But I think that Merikos will not do this in peacetime.
        1. huginn 18 June 2011 10: 49 New
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          SM-3 will be placed.
          1. PSih2097 18 June 2011 10: 57 New
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            Fuck they know what they will place there, I would have placed the GBI in their place if something happens, because it’s not the territory of the states that will be bombed, but the colony.
  3. datur 17 June 2011 16: 42 New
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    and who knows what's in the minds of the world hegemon? against the backdrop of a world mess.
  4. APASUS 19 June 2011 23: 13 New
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    That's really - a mess in the minds !!! You are surprised every time you read our politicians! Will they make a discount for our missiles? Or will locators be deployed inside Europe? Was NATO, is and will be one of the main potential enemies. It is simple to consider the construction of anti-missile bases as a non-friendly step is stupid and short-sighted. Construction new bases and the deployment of electronic warfare systems and Eskander missiles there should just sober up our new friends. But to convince Europe that these are missiles to protect against Iranian missiles - THIS IS THE POLICY'S GOAL.