Russia backs surveillance treaty after US pulls out

Russia will continue to observe an international treaty that allows spy planes access to other countries' air space even if the US pulls out, officials said on Friday. The Open Skies treaty allows its 34 full members to carry out unarmed surveillance flights over other member countries at short notice. But...

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