NATO spokesperson Oana Lungescu has said that the alliance is open to dialogue, including through the NATO-Russia Council
“NATO’s policy towards Russia remains consistent. We have strengthened our deterrence and defence in response to Russia’s aggressive actions. At the same time, we remain open for dialogue, including through the NATO-Russia Council”, – she told TASS.
According to Lungescu, NATO’s proposal to hold a meeting of the Russia-NATO Council remains in force, despite Russia’s decision.
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