Work on agenda of new NATO-Russia Council meeting at advanced stage
Oct31

Work on agenda of new NATO-Russia Council meeting at advanced stage

The date of the next NATO-Russia Council (NRC) meeting is to be outlined soon, work on the agenda is at an advanced stage, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexei Meshkov told reporters on Monday. “At the moment the work on the agenda is in progress, and the date of the NRC meeting is to be outlined soon,” he said. “However, I am not ready to give the exact date. This is due to the final approval of the agenda.”...

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NATO Saber-Rattling: Trying to Secure More Funds or Help Hillary Win?
Oct28

NATO Saber-Rattling: Trying to Secure More Funds or Help Hillary Win?

NATO has been increasingly assertive in Eastern Europe, the Baltics and the Black Sea region, although Russia has done nothing to warrant these activities. This should not come as a surprise since “saber-rattling when there is no need” has always been one of the bloc’s “key characteristics”, Canadian journalist John Bosnitch told Radio Sputnik. Bosnitch, a former war reporter in Bosnia, Krajina, Kosovo...

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Ambassador: Ankara not planning to abandon cooperation with EU, NATO
Aug11

Ambassador: Ankara not planning to abandon cooperation with EU, NATO

Turkey has no plans of giving up dialogue with the European Union and NATO but won’t allow anyone to dictate it how to carry out its foreign policy, Turkish Ambassador to Russia Umit Yardim said today. “We are not planning to leave NATO, and there is no talk of abandoning dialogue with the EU, these are speculations,” Yardim said. “But we are conducting an independent foreign policy,” he added. The diplomat...

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Russian MP says one should not forget about Ankara’s membership in NATO
Aug10

Russian MP says one should not forget about Ankara’s membership in NATO

Restoring contacts and former ties between Russia and Turkey is important and necessary but one should not forget about Ankara’s active position in NATO, Russian State Duma Speaker and Deputy Chairman of the Duma’s Committee on International Affairs Alexander Romanovich told TASS on Tuesday. Commenting on today’s talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkisj counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan after an eight-month pause...

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