NATO declares no military threat from Russia

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NATO declares no military threat from Russia

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said there was no immediate military threat from Russia. TASS reports his words.

Stoltenberg noted that NATO does not see a threat from the state in the form of a military attack. At the same time, he added that Russia is using the country's military power against neighboring territories, for example, Ukraine and Georgia.

Earlier in December, Stoltenberg answered a question about the likelihood of NATO members using nuclear weapons in response to a country's use of biological weapons in an interview with the Berliner Zeitung. He was unable to accurately assess this likelihood, noting that it depends on the specific case.

Among other things, Stoltenberg believes that there is still the possibility of holding a meeting of the NATO-Russia Council (NRC). But, according to him, Moscow has not yet responded to the proposal of the North Atlantic Alliance to hold a meeting.

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