The assessment came after US President Donald Trump on Monday said China's growing arsenal had played into his decision to pull out of the landmark Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, which banned short and medium-range nuclear and conventional missiles.
Bolton said he believed Trump would look forward to it, adding that it was important for Moscow and Washington to work in areas where there was a possibility of mutual cooperation.
Shoigu said that dialogue was gradually being restored after a summit between Trump and Putin in Helsinki in May, and voiced confidence that "even small steps will benefit our relations".
Bolton said that formal notification of US withdrawal from the INF pact would be filed in "due course".
"It is the American position that Russian Federation is in violation, it is Russia's position that they're not in violation", Mr Bolton said. Without renewal, that treaty would expire in 2021.
"When they do, then we'll all stop".
"I said the word "would" instead of "wouldn't"...sort of a double negative", Trump explained in July.
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By signing the agreement, Washington and Moscow swore off from possessing, producing or test-flying a ground-launched cruise missile with a range between 500 and 5,500km.
Asked about President Trump's comments, China's foreign ministry said a U.S. withdrawal would have a negative impact and urged America to "think thrice before acting".
China called upon Washington to "think twice" before ripping up the arms control treaty.
Trump also has extended an invitation to Putin to visit Washington, which administration officials said could yield a second full summit next year. But right now, they have not adhered to the agreement, " Trump said. And we're not going to let them violate a nuclear agreement and go out and do weapons and we're not allowed to.
Bolton responded: "I didn't bring any more olives". On Monday morning, he met his Russian counterpart, Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying told reporters Monday that it was "wrong" for the United States to cite China as a reason to pull out of the treaty, which he said was important for "maintaining global strategic balance and stability".
The time has come to set the Treaty aside and develop alternative avenues toward the security the treaty once provided, " Risch said.
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Russian Federation condemned U.S. President Donald Trump's plan to pull out of a decades-long nuclear deal signed between the two countries during the Cold War. "We also have the same readiness and intention". Mr. Gorbachev said on Sunday that "dropping these agreements. shows a lack of wisdom" and was a "mistake".
However, withdrawing from the treaty will only accelerate a nuclear arms race, leaving us far less safe, " she said.
"The PLA Rocket Force (PLARF) controls the largest and most diverse missile force in the world, with an inventory of more than 2,000 ballistic and cruise missiles", said Harris, adding that China was investing heavily in advanced missile technology and was organized for missions that could strike Taiwan and USA military targets based on the island of Guam. The United States can not help provide effective deterrence in Asia as long as we are limited by the INF treaty.
Moscow has denied President Trump's claim and threatened to respond in kind if the United States withdrew from the 1987 agreement which bans the production of medium range nuclear missiles.
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It could also force Beijing into a costly arms race.
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