Concerns about U.S. missile defense have also prompted Russia to develop the Poseidon nuclear torpedo, which will have an extremely long range (called “intercontinental” by the U.S. Department of Defense) and which would carry a high-yield nuclear warhead.13 Russia`s position is that its inclusion in New START would require a change. At present, the problem is controversial, as Poseidon is probably not available in the lifetime of New START or even during a possible extension. Looking ahead, given that the Russian NT would have been deployed on a special carrier submarine, like SLBMs used on SSBNs, it should be technically easy to limit them.14 In an agreed statement attached to the subsequent contract, Russia and the United States should agree that SLBGGMs long-range nuclear weapons is being used, will form a new type of strategic offensive. The B-52H issue is in itself less serious, but it deals with a broader and potentially controversial issue concerning new bombers configured exclusively for non-nuclear operations. Both Russia and the United States intend to use a new type of heavy bomber: HAP-DA and B-21. You can only set up part of these aircraft for nuclear operation and argue that others should not be held liable by contract. The relevant provisions of a follow-up contract should be based on three principles. First, in order to provide the parties with some flexibility, the transformations of certain types of existing heavy bombers should be permitted and all B-52H bombers that have been processed in accordance with the New START should be considered processed.
Second, THE DA and B-21 HAP aircraft, which are configured exclusively for non-nuclear operations, should only be relieved of liability when they are stationed at sites separated by heavy nuclear bombers. Third, a follow-up contract should increase transparency in the operations of some non-responsible bombers. In February 2020, the Trump administration announced its intention to continue negotiations on nuclear weapons control with Russia, which have not taken place since Pompeo`s declaration that talks on renewing the new START had begun.  In July 2020, UNITED States and Russian RESERS met in Vienna to discuss arms control. The United States has invited China to join, but China has made it clear that it will not participate.  Talks between the United States and Russia continued and the United States proposed a politically binding declaration to sign Russia. This includes a draft new treaty that would cover all Russian nuclear weapons and extend New START`s current surveillance and verification regime, with the aim of introducing China into a future treaty.  In mid-October, Putin proposed to “extend the current agreement by at least one year without preconditions”, but this offer was rejected by the White House. Subsequently, Russian government officials accepted a US proposal to freeze nuclear warhead production by one year and extend the contract by one year.