It also accused the United States of complying with the treaty by reconfiguring systems so that Russian Federation "cannot confirm" whether they are incapable of delivering nuclear weapons instead of reducing its arms.
As the Foreign Ministry pointed out, Russian Federation has doubts if the United States adheres to one of the clauses of the treaty - Moscow does not regard conversion and requalification of part of the weapons as real reduction.
The Russian Foreign Ministry said it now has 527 deployed intercontinental ballistic missiles and strategic bombers and 1,444 strategic nuclear warheads.
The Russian Foreign Ministry said Monday that it can't confirm that the USA fulfilled its limits on strategic arms within Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START).
"The United States completed its reductions and achieved these limits in August 2017", State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said in a statement Monday. It had 1,393 warheads on deployed intercontinental ICBMs, SLBMs and deployed heavy bombers, and 800 deployed and nondeployed launchers of ICBMs, SLBMs and heavy bombers that month.
Last year, Trump derided New START as one of the "bad deals" made by former President Obama, saying it was "one-sided".
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Some earlier reports indicated Trump may not have been well versed in the specifics of the treaty's requirements but was generally opposed to reductions in the American nuclear arsenal.
On the campaign trail and then in his early days in office, President Donald Trump criticized the treaty, which represents the most significant effort at nuclear arms reduction since the original START (Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty) of the George H.W. Bush administration.
The report, released Friday, alleges that Russian Federation is building a "large, diverse and modern" set of systems capable of being armed with nuclear or conventional weapons.
The ministry also reaffirmed Russia's commitment to the treaty and urged to continue the search for solutions to the existing problems around the document.
Yet when President Trump called on Congress to "modernize and rebuild our nuclear arsenal" in his State of the Union address last week, he did not mention his administration's rationale: that President Vladimir V. Putin of Russian Federation has accelerated a unsafe game that the United States must match, even if the price tag soars above $1.2 trillion.
Responding to the Russian claims, the US State Department insisted that "the United States is in full compliance with its Treaty obligations and is fully committed to continuing to implement New START".