Russia accuses Germany of not respecting the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

In 1968, a large number of countries signed the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, an agreement under the aegis of the United Nations obliging signatory countries not to develop or export military nuclear technologies. It followed a series of crises related to the deployment of nuclear weapons by both the Soviet Union and the United States on allied territories, cyclically creating severe tensions, the most representative being the Cuban Missile Crisis, when Khrushchev's Soviet Union deployed SS-4 and SS-5 nuclear missiles on the communist Caribbean island, prompting the intervention of American forces, and 11 days of very strong…

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