He broke all ties with NATO has gone too far

Путин разорвал все связи с НАТО: зашел слишком далеко

Monday, April 15, Russia announced the termination of cooperation with NATO in military and civil lines. This was stated by Deputy head of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Alexander Grushko, write rossm.

According to Grushko, “the Alliance has gone too far in fomenting confrontation with Russia.”

“NATO itself refused a positive agenda in relations with Russia. It does not exist”, – said Deputy foreign Minister of the Russian Federation.

Путин разорвал все связи с НАТО: зашел слишком далеко

Alexander Grushko

Earlier it was reported that the Russian Federation made a statement, which is threatening Ukraine with “military conflict” involving NATO in case of violation by Ukraine of procedures of passage of ships through the Kerch Strait.

In the statement said that “the Ukrainian passage of ships through the Kerch thread is not a question of the balance of forces or NATO presence in the black sea region, but only the issue of compliance with the Ukrainian side the established procedures, which are well known and successfully used it until November 2018”.

“Ukraine’s attempts to circumvent these procedures carry the risk of military conflict between Ukraine and the Russian Federation, which may be involved and NATO”, – is told in the statement of the Federation Council.

Путин разорвал все связи с НАТО: зашел слишком далеко

Russian military

Russian military

Recall that Russia is openly talking about the power of the Ukrainian army. In the air outreach program “Evening with Vladimir Solovyov” said APU can compete with the armies of other developed European countries.

As reported by the portal Znayu press Secretary of the President of the aggressor country, Dmitry Peskov, hurried to comment on the new Billboard of the Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, on which is written the slogan “April 21. A decisive choice.”

The portal also Znayu wrote that the Russian aggression was the biggest failure of Russian President Vladimir Putin. In addition, he made several other significant errors. This was stated by the Deputy assistant Secretary of state for Europe and Eurasia Christopher Robinson.

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *