MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday that Russia is pushed to respond in case the United states of america exits the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces arms control treaty.

The America delivered Russia a 60-day ultimatum on Tuesday into the future clean as to what Washington says is a violation of a 1987 nuclear arms control treaty, saying it becomes forced to find a six-month procedure for withdrawal if nothing changed.

Putin, in televised comments, declared that Moscow was up against the scrapping on the treaty, but the fact that America had sometime ago thought to exit the treaty and was blaming Russia for violations in order for these people to be the pretext.