NATO’s final Declaration called on Russia to dialogue

In the Declaration on transatlantic security, published by the press service of NATO, stated that NATO does not pose a threat to any country in the world. “In this light, we remain ready for serious dialogue with Russia”, — the document says.

The Declaration underlines the need of communication with Russia with the aim of clarifying positions and in the first place to “minimize the risk of military incidents” through mutual transparency.

“We will strive for constructive cooperation with Russia, when Moscow’s actions will allow to make it”, — stated in the sixth section of the paper on relations with Russia.

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In the first paragraph of the Declaration States that NATO members are facing unprecedented security challenges, among which are terrorism, the actions of Russia (especially in Ukraine”), undermining the basic order in Europe and the instability in the middle East and North Africa.

Regarding Eastern Europe NATO has pledged to provide additional support to Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova. “We will expand our cooperation with our partners in the Baltic and Black seas and in the Western Balkans”. It is also stated about the intention to continue the operation of the Alliance in Kosovo.

Also the Declaration about the intention of NATO to send AWACS reconnaissance aircraft to support the fight against “Islamic state” (banned in Russia as a terrorist organization).