Russia's Anti-Satellite Capability Is 'No Immediate Threat,' White House Assures

  • 3 months ago
In the latest development, the White House has expressed concern over Russia’s evolving anti-satellite capability but assured that there is no immediate threat.

What Happened: National Security Spokesperson for the White House, John Kirby, stated on Thursday that Russia’s new anti-satellite capability is a cause for concern but not an immediate threat, Reuters reported.

“This is still a capability they are developing. We are still analyzing the information that is available to that,” he assured.