I can talk about that both with him and with you. I do not mind, I'm well-versed on this issue, I can discuss it with anyone. I think this is actually a mistake. The New START treaty should be extended. But this is another issue. So, the US is ranked first in expenditures, while China comes in second. Saudi Arabia, strangely enough, is ranked third, then comes Great Britain, France, and Japan. Japan has surpassed us, as we come in seventh. Moreover, our annual expenditures are falling. In contrast, other countries’ [military] spending has been rising. And we are not going to fight against anybody, but we are creating such a situation in the defense sector so that nobody even dares to think about fighting us. And now there is a unique situation, I have recently spoken of it at the Ministry of Defense. This is a first for today’s Russia. We always had to catch up to our strategic weapons competitors. The first atomic bomb was developed by the Americans. We caught up with them. Then the first strategic aircraft to deliver these weapons were also made by the Americans. We caught up to them, again. The first missiles were developed by the Americans. We still caught up. For the first time, we have created such offensive strike systems which the world has never seen. Now they are chasing after us trying to catch up. This is a unique situation. This has never happened before. I mean, first of all, hypersonic offensive systems, including intercontinental range ones. In 2000, slightly over 1,300,000 people served in our army, now – a little more than a million. We increased the share of modern equipment by just 1 percent yearly back then. The share of modern equipment was only 6 percent. And now, do you know how much, do you know? It’s almost 70 [percent].