Biggest Store of Nuclear Warheads: As Russia ‘Backs Out’ from Key Treaty, a Look at Nation’s Arsenal


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Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, joining other nations for a barrage of sanctions against Russia on the one year anniversary of Ukraine war, expressed “strong concern” about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s announcement Tuesday that he was suspending Moscow’s participation in an arms control treaty between Kremlin and the United States. “Russia’s nuclear threat is unacceptable, and use of nuclear weapons should never happen,” Kishida, whose electoral constituency is Hiroshima, said at the news conference. “As the world’s only country to have suffered nuclear attacks, the 77-year history of non-nuclear weapons use should not be tarnished by Russia.” ALSO READ |...