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MOSCOW, August 01. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia has denied U.S. accusations that it allegedly violated the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty as proofless. It is based on strange conclusions and pure speculations rather than on expert analysis, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Friday.
"The United States has made a new (clumsy) attempt to assume the role of a mentor who claims to know the absolute truth and believes that he has the right to give marks to others,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said in response to the U.S. State Department that accused Russia of violating its arm control commitments in its report.
“Open and intentional misinformation of world public opinion on implementation of arms control agreements by other states is calling into doubt the authenticity of information contained in the report about how the United States is meeting its international commitments. We are ready to help out colleagues in Washington to correct this omission,” the Russian Foreign Ministry stressed, noting that objectivity and accuracy would always be the most important things for Russia.