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NATO Regrets Russia’s Decision to Suspend Diplomatic Missions But is Ready for Dialogue


NATO regrets Russia’s decision to suspend the work of diplomatic missions in Brussels and Moscow but remains open for dialogue, including through the Russia-NATO Council, at the same time continuing its policy toward containing Russia, NATO Spokesperson Oana Lungescu said on Monday. “We have taken note of the decision by Russia to suspend the work of its diplomatic mission to NATO, and of NATO’s Military Liaison Mission in Moscow, and to close down NATO’s Information Mission in Moscow. We regret these steps. NATO’s policy towards Russia remains consistent. We have strengthened our deterrence and defense in response to Russia’s aggressive…

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