Russian President Vladimir Putin called for resuming production of intermediate and shorter range nuclear-capable missiles that were banned under a now-defunct treaty with the United States. The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces treaty banned the use of ground-based nuclear and conventional missiles with a range of between 500-5,500 kilometers. However, America withdrew from the pact in 2019, citing Russian violations. Since scrapping the treaty, the United States has tested missiles banned under the INF treaty. Watch this video to know more.