Ryabkov said at a news conference in Moscow.
The United States last week started the process of exiting the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, saying that Russian Federation has been violating the pact through a new missile system and ignored repeated complaints.
Shortly after the withdrawal announcement, Putin held a meeting with Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, during which the head of state said that Moscow was suspending its obligations under the INF Treaty in response to Washington's move.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced last week that the United States is withdrawing from the INF Treaty, citing Russia's violation of the deal, a claim that has been repeatedly denied by Moscow.
Colonel General Viktor Yesin, an adviser to the Russian Strategic Missile Force commander and former Strategic Missile Force chief of staff, told TASS earlier that U.S. intermediate-range ballistic missiles, should they be deployed to the Baltic countries, will be able to reach Moscow in three to four minutes.
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Pompeo's announcement, made almost 60 days after Washington threatened to quit the historic INF Treaty, will start a six-month countdown period, which will lead to a permanent exit from the pact inked in 1987 between the United States and the then-Soviet Union.
In December, the United States gave Russian Federation a 60 day warning about withdrawing from the treaty, asking Moscow to return compliance by destroying the missiles that allegedly violate the treaty.
However, all Russian efforts were ignored or blocked by the United States, the senior diplomat said.
Ryabkov said the United States had not sent Moscow any concrete proposals for a new pact.
The INF Treaty, sealed in the waning days of the Soviet Union in 1987, bans ground-launched missiles with a range between 500 and 5,500 kilometres.