Advisor to the President for national security Affairs John Bolton.
WASHINGTON, 10 Nov — the United States is not planning to deploy in Europe missile prohibited by the Treaty on the elimination of intermediate-range and shorter-range nuclear forces (INF), which intend to enter, told reporters in Paris Advisor to the President for homeland security John Bolton. The transcript was distributed by the press service of the national security Council.
“In the foreseeable future, the US has no plans to place in Europe missile prohibited by the INF Treaty. It is a question of the global strategy for the Alliance and for the United States. We have been very close consultations with allies on this matter and is very optimistic about the (develop) of the common position,” he said.
Bolton noted that this Treaty is obsolete.