Russian Prime Minister: NATOs eastward expansion is a threat and challenge Russia will not remain unmoved.

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 Russian Prime Minister: NATOs eastward expansion is a threat and challenge Russia will not remain unmoved.


Russian businessman magazine published an interview with Medvedev 7 days ago. Medvedev said that the Soviet Union and Chinas Treaty of China had long been disintegrated, and the situation of the two major military groups had not existed for a long time, and the necessity for NATO to continue to exist was not even necessary. However, NATO is expanding eastward, and Russia will not remain unmoved. This is a threat and challenge to Russia. Medvedev pointed out that NATO has always regarded Russia as a potential adversary, NATOs military forces, including nuclear forces, have always targeted Russia. When it comes to NATOs preparation to absorb Georgia, Medvedev says there is a territorial dispute in Georgia, and Georgias accession to NATO is likely to lead to serious clashes, and it hopes NATO will be more rational in dealing with it. Medvedev said the door to dialogue between Russia and Europe was not closed. If Europe wants to improve and restore relations, Russia will respond. Source: Xinhua news agency editor in charge: Luo Jiazhen _NBJS6445

Russian businessman magazine published an interview with Medvedev 7 days ago. Medvedev said that the Soviet Union and Chinas Treaty of China had long been disintegrated, and the situation of the two major military groups had not existed for a long time, and the necessity for NATO to continue to exist was not even necessary. However, NATO is expanding eastward, and Russia will not remain unmoved. This is a threat and challenge to Russia.

Medvedev pointed out that NATO has always regarded Russia as a potential adversary, NATOs military forces, including nuclear forces, have always targeted Russia. When it comes to NATOs preparation to absorb Georgia, Medvedev says there is a territorial dispute in Georgia, and Georgias accession to NATO is likely to lead to serious clashes, and it hopes NATO will be more rational in dealing with it.

Medvedev said the door to dialogue between Russia and Europe was not closed. If Europe wants to improve and restore relations, Russia will respond.