MOSCOW, (BM) – Despite the fact that the United States notified Russia’s response to the withdrawal from the INF Treaty, still this happened, and the answer was not long in coming.
In August last year, it was already clear that the American side wants to leave the Treaty regarding intermediate and shorter-range missiles as soon as possible. It is interesting to note that as soon as the agreements were terminated, Washington began to test previously banned missiles. Obviously, these missiles were created despite all obligations, in other words, “stealth”. However, the greatest interest now is how the Kremlin will respond to these actions.
Then, experts believed that Russia would install air defense systems in China and Cuba, which would greatly interfere with Western plans. Regarding Cuba, it is now possible to say for sure that the S-400 Triumph complexes were deployed near the borders of the United States.
According to data provided by a major Fox News resource, citing Pentagon sources, numerous S-400 RF systems have appeared in Cuba, so the entire sky over the United States will continue to be controlled. Despite the fact that experts believe that the US military will face big troubles due to the installed Russian weapons right at the country’s borders, the Western partners themselves have a different opinion.
The popular resource “The Aviation Geek Club” believes that the S-400 Triumph of Russia does not pose any threat to military aircraft, except for the “civilian” one. They believe that A “F-22” or “F-35” can easily slip by.
However, it is already known from Syrian experience that the S-400 is seen by both described aircraft, and the poorly concealed excitement of the American side already indicates that the S-400 is still a danger.
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Source: Yandex Dzhen