Military experts have warned of a possible nuclear war between the United States and Russia if the tense and “frivolous” relations between the two countries continue, and stressed that global peacekeeping requires that the two Great Powers talk to each other, Sky News reported.
According to the Associated Press, the abandonment of Washington and Moscow on an important agreement to control nuclear weapons could lead to serious developments in just two years.
The two nuclear powers were committed to a common treaty during the Cold War, but today they are barely talking about critical issues, which is insufficient to control the situation, the source said.
The US general, Kurtis Scaparotti, a senior NATO official, said the two sides understood each other’s references during the Cold War, “and I am concerned that we do not understand them well enough today.”
The commander-in-chief of NATO forces in Europe says he has only met twice with the head of the General Staff of the Russian Army, General Valery Garasimov, and has spoken to him by telephone on more than one occasion.
He added that communication is very important because enemies who know each other and have a clear picture of the possibilities, do not tend to enter into disputes.
Last week, Russian President Vladimir Putin said recently that the so-called “Devil 2” missile is close to entering the service, adding that other sophisticated weapons had actually entered the field.
According to the newspaper “Mirror”, Putin confirmed the entry of new generations system into service, such as the missile “Kinzhal” that exceeds the speed of sound and the laser system, ” Peresvet “.
The Russian president said that the Intercontinental ballistic missile “Sermat”, dubbed the “Devil” by Western countries, was successful in the final tests.
Putin made the remarks during a ceremony attended by senior officers in the army of the country, where he displayed a footage of the missile launch.
Russia says the “Devil 2” missile can sweep the US defense and cause widespread destruction on an area the size of England, Wales and Texas.
Russia is aiming to introduce the RS-28 into service by the next decade as part of efforts to develop the country’s nuclear arsenal.
Putin said the bulk of the work has been done in recent years to develop the army and navy through the supply of advanced equipment.