NATO has suspended all practical military cooperation with Russia, and it is not ready for constructive dialogue within the framework of the Russia-NATO Council. Instead, NATO has taken a course of strengthening the fight against non-existing threats on the eastern front, stated Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Aleksandr Grushko.
“[But] we [Russia] don’t give up the dialogue,” he noted, in particular.
Grushko added that the NATO leadership does nothing to restore this military cooperation.
He stressed that solely equal partnership with all global players—including Russia—will improve the situation and enable to address numerous threats.