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Russia Accuses US of Violating Treaty With Nevada Nuclear Test

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Russia Accuses US of Violating Treaty With Nevada Nuclear Test

Russia Accuses US of Violating Treaty With Nevada Nuclear Test

Russia Accuses US , of Violating Treaty With , Nevada Nuclear Test.

On October 20, Russia told state media outlets that it is closely monitoring experiments conducted by the United States at a nuclear test site in Nevada.

'Bloomberg' reports that the Department of Energy (DOE) said the October 18 tests were conducted in order to , "validate new predictive explosion models." .

According to the DOE, the models can be used to help detect atomic blasts occurring in other countries, even deep underground.

Corey Hinderstein, deputy administrator for Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation at the National Nuclear Security Administration, said the U.S. test was meant to , "advance our efforts to develop new technology in support of U.S. nuclear nonproliferation goals.".

Russia's Interfax News Agency said that Dmitry Peskov, the Russian presidential press secretary, told the press that Moscow was aware of and monitoring the situation.

Russia's Interfax News Agency said that Dmitry Peskov, the Russian presidential press secretary, told the press that Moscow was aware of and monitoring the situation.

Earlier, the Federation Council [of the Federal Assembly of Russia] stated that the underground tests on October 18 in Nevada should be given an international legal assessment, since the United States is a signatory to the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) and is obliged to refrain from violating this agreement, Via Interfax.

Fox News reports that the timing of the U.S. test is notable, as it comes directly after Russian lawmakers announced their plan to revoke Moscow's ratification of the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.

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While the treaty, which bans all nuclear explosions across the entire planet, was adopted in 1996, it has never been fully enforced.

China, India, Pakistan, North Korea, Israel, Iran, Egypt and the U.S. have never ratified the treaty.

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China, India, Pakistan, North Korea, Israel, Iran, Egypt and the U.S. have never ratified the treaty.

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China, India, Pakistan, North Korea, Israel, Iran, Egypt and the U.S. have never ratified the treaty.

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China, India, Pakistan, North Korea, Israel, Iran, Egypt and the U.S. have never ratified the treaty.

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China, India, Pakistan, North Korea, Israel, Iran, Egypt and the U.S. have never ratified the treaty.

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China, India, Pakistan, North Korea, Israel, Iran, Egypt and the U.S. have never ratified the treaty.

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China, India, Pakistan, North Korea, Israel, Iran, Egypt and the U.S. have never ratified the treaty.

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China, India, Pakistan, North Korea, Israel, Iran, Egypt and the U.S. have never ratified the treaty.

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Last week, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said that Russia would only resume nuclear tests if the U.S. did so first


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