Gorbachev urges Putin, Biden to aim for deeper curbs on nuclear weapons

Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev on Saturday urged Russia’s Vladimir Putin and new US President Joe Biden to push for deeper restrictions on nuclear weapons.Tensions soared between the two nations under previous US leader Donald Trump, fuelled by allegations of sweeping cyberattacks and a litany of other disagreements.But soon after Biden took office, the two powers extended a pact that limits each side to 1,550 nuclear warheads, which Putin hailed as a positive development.Gorbachev told…
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