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The U.S. on Thursday cemented its exit from the Treaty on Open Skies, a treaty that allows participating nations to conduct unarmed surveillance flights over one another to provide mutual transparency of their military activities.
The Associated Press reported U.S. officials said Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman told the Russians that the administration had decided not to reenter the treaty following a review of former President Donald Trump’s administration’s decision to leave the treaty one year ago.
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