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Russia withdraws treaty of Armed Forces in Europe

Russia announced its decision to withdraw from the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE) on November 7. The move signifies a significant shift in Russia’s relationship with European armed forces.

The CFE treaty was originally signed to promote stability and limit conventional military forces in Europe. Russia’s withdrawal raises concerns about the future of arms control and security in the region. The decision is likely to have geopolitical implications and may impact the balance of power in Europe.

It calls for a reassessment of arms control agreements and the need for diplomatic efforts to address the evolving security challenges. The withdrawal also highlights the complexities and tensions in international relations.