"It is worth noting that the performance characteristics of said weapons, according to available data allow, among other things, the use of missiles with a range of up to 500 km. Thus, it is a potential threat to Russian allies in the CSTO (primarily Armenia)," the appeal reads.
According to Russian deputies, in order to protect the interests of Russia and CSTO allies, it is necessary to take comparable measures in response to the "U.S. offensive action."
Read alsoFrench navy spots Russian nuclear-armed submarine off coast - media"First of all, we are talking about the deployment of Russian launchers with a similar, or even greater, range in Cuba. Also, even more appropriate would be an asymmetrical response to Washington by restoring a Lourdes SIGINT Station," the deputies wrote.
Read alsoNATO Deputy Secretary General says deterrence is a key to preventing conflict with RussiaSuch a decision may be taken in the framework of the Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation between the Soviet Union and Cuba, which has remained in force ever since its signing, according to the appeal.