Russia says US anti-missile system to spark new arms race

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March 28, 2017 11:34
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The Russian Defense Ministry said on Tuesday that the USA's global deployment of an anti-missile system was a threat to world security designed to contain Russia and China, the RIA news agency reported.

It also cited the ministry as warning that the deployment would spark a new arms race.

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