Russian President Vladimir Putin, third right, speaks during a meeting with heads of world's leading news agencies at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum in St. Petersburg, Russia, Thursday, June 6, 2019.
The strategic arms reduction treaty (New Start) limits nuclear warheads, missiles and bombers and is due to expire in 2021.
Earlier on May 3, US President Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin had discussed the crisis in oil-rich Venezuela, where Washington had thrown its weight behind a campaign to oust the Moscow-backed socialist president.
Putin also criticized the USA withdrawal from another key arms pact, the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, denying Washington's claims of Russian violations of the agreement. Russia, which has denied any breaches, has followed suit.
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He also praised Osama bin Laden and expressed approval for al-Qaeda's attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 . The FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force recently saved Times Square from being the target of a likely domestic terror attack.
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May's spokeswoman, reacting to Putin's statement, said London would continue to engage with Russian Federation on matters of global security, but that Moscow had to change its behavior. "There will be no instruments left to curb the arms race".
The Russian leader noted that arms control talks should eventually involve other nuclear powers. He charged 12 Russian military intelligence officers with breaking into Democratic Party emails, and also indicted other Russians who used phony social media accounts to spread divisive rhetoric and to undermine the USA political system.
"We believe that a decision to forego the benefits of New START by failing to extend the agreement would be a serious mistake for strategic stability and U.S. security", said the letter signed by eight legislators including Eliot Engel, who chairs the House Foreign Affairs Committee. "Our systems can guarantee Russia's security for quite a long period of time", Putin said. "We need to forget about all this in the final analysis", said Putin.
"When it comes to creating hyper (sonic) weapons, we have overtaken our competitors".