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Russia said Wednesday it will no longer give the United States advance notice of its missile tests — a month after suspending its participation in the most recent nuclear arms agreement between the two countries.

Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov told reporters that Russia will halt the information exchange after suspending the “implementation” of the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty​ (START)​.

“There will be no notifications at all,” Rybakov said, according to Russian news agencies.

“All notifications, all kinds of notifications, all activities under the treaty, will be suspended and will not be conducted regardless of what position the US may take,” he said.

New START calls for Washington and Moscow to share information about the current state of their nuclear forces every six months.

The two countries have also exchanged warnings about upcoming test launches. ​

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Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov, speaking in Switzerland earlier this month, announced Wednesday that Russia would stop sharing information with the US about missile tests. AP

Those alerts reduce the likelihood that a test launch will be misinterpreted as a missile attack by either side. 

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