"Russia would like to do something on a nuclear treaty and that’s OK with me. They would like to do something and so would I," the U.S. leader said.
"We didn’t discuss the INF," Trump noted speaking about the recent negotiations with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
In July, the Russian leader signed the law on termination of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty.
The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty was signed on December 8, 1987, by Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev and U.S. President Ronald Reagan.
If the agreement is broken, both Moscow and Washington will again have the opportunity to deploy such weapons, build up nuclear potential and frighten the whole world with its use. Donald Trump on October 21, 2018, announced his intention to withdraw from the treaty, which was signed 30 years ago. After some time, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced that on February 2, the United States would suspend participation in the INF Treaty with Russia. Putin signed a decree suspending the participation of the Russian Federation in the INF Treaty on March 4.