Russia says will observe Open Skies treaty after Trump withdrawal

RUSSIA will observe the Open Skies treaty as long as it is in force, a state official said today after President Donald Trump announced the US will withdraw.

“We need a pragmatic approach. As long as the treaty is in force, we intend to fully follow all the rights and obligations that apply to us from this treaty,” Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko told RIA Novosti news agency.

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