“DANGEROUS PLANS”; Russia To Target U.S. Interceptor Missiles In Georgia: Putin

Russia will target missiles at US AMBs in Georgia

The United States continues to decline Russian requests to come up with binding guarantees that no American of NATO missile defence installation based on European soil will compromise Russia’s deterrence capability.

Touching on this matter in his marathon media interview Wednesday, Prime Minister Putin called attention to dangerous plans to deploy American ABMs in Georgia.

He said Russia would try to sort out the matter in cooperation with the Georgian opposition and would also target missiles at any Georgian-based ABMs.

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