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NATO's desire to strengthen its presence in the South Caucasus is well known to us; it can be seen with the naked eye, said Dmitry Peskov, press secretary of the Russian president, RIA Novosti reported.

"There is also the understanding that NATO's attempts to expand [its] influence can hardly increase stability and predictability of the situation in the South Caucasus. Those contacts are the sovereign right of the [South] Caucasus states. We are watching carefully and mainly intend to orientate ourselves with our bilateral relations and cooperation tools that our parties have," Peskov added, speaking to reporters.

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