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Grushko said there is no unifying agenda for Russia and NATO

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko said that there is currently no unifying positive agenda between Moscow and the North Atlantic Alliance.

Grushko said there is no unifying agenda for Russia and NATO

According to him, as a result of NATO’s decision, all practical cooperation between Russia and the alliance in areas of common interests was suspended.

“Today we do not have a unifying positive agenda, not at all,” he said during a press conference.

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On January 12, Brussels hosted the first in 2.5 years meeting of the Russia-NATO Council, which was devoted to Russian initiatives on security guarantees.

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