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Thursday, February 23, 2017

The former head of NATO in Europe invited the Alliance to make peace with Russia

The former commander in chief of the United armed forces of NATO in Europe, us General Philip Breedlove called on the Alliance to improve relations with Moscow. This, in his opinion, will help to avoid further escalation between Russia and the military-political bloc.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

NATO should initiate a constructive dialogue with Moscow and to begin to create high-quality channels of communication with her, the General said in an interview with Defense News. Breedlove stressed that the normalization of relations with Russia will have to take on the new US administration that starts work in November this year after the presidential election.

In early June, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that the Alliance is not going to exacerbate the confrontation with Moscow. According to him, it is configured to return to a constructive relationship. He stressed that the increased presence of the bloc in Eastern Europe allegedly pursues only peaceful purposes.

In Russian political circles have a somewhat different opinion. A member of the Federation Council Frants Klintsevich drew attention to the fact that the power began to settle on former Soviet military bases in Eastern Europe, and the number of groups of military personnel in the region increased 19 times.

The Senator did not rule out that the Alliance is preparing the ground for a “global strike”, the purpose of which should be Russia.

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