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Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs: NATO’s short-sighted policy has led to the deterioration of its relations with Russia

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△Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zaharova

Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs: NATO’s short-sighted policy has led to the deterioration of its relations with Russia

December 3rd local time, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Zaharova said at a regular press conference that NATO experts and “wise people” did not objectively evaluate the cause of the current crisis in Russia’s relations with NATO and the impact of NATO’s own short-sighted policies.

Zaharova said that Russia was confused about the reference in the “NATO 2030” report that “Russia rejected NATO’s attempt to jointly build a ‘security architecture'”.

In fact, NATO rejected Russia’s proposal to get out of the existing crisis in bilateral relations.

On the 2nd, NATO released its reform report “NATO 2030” for the next 10 years, pointing out that Russia will remain the main military and security threat to NATO until 2030.

NATO will strengthen its ability to contain Russia and continue to engage in dialogue on peaceful coexistence between the two sides on the basis of the NATO-Russian Council.

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