NATO will designate Russia’s behavior as a “direct threat” in its strategy

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The North Atlantic Alliance in its new strategy plans to designate Russia’s behavior as a “direct threat.” Writes about this on Sunday, May 15, the agency Bloomberg citing an unnamed NATO source.

According to the interlocutor of the publication, the allies are likely to retain the possibility of normalizing relations with Moscow, provided that the behavior changes. At the same time, the document, which is scheduled to be adopted in June 2022, will also mention China and its relations with Russia.

In addition, it is planned to discuss support for neighboring countries, which are said to be “vulnerable to coercion and aggression.” Bloomberg recalls that in the previous version of the NATO strategy from 2010, Russia was listed as a “partner”, now they plan to change this wording.

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