Stoltenberg: NATO will soon respond to Russia's security proposals

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NATO will soon respond to Russia's security proposals but will not deviate from its core values.
According to TASS, this was stated by Alliance Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, speaking in Berlin at a discussion organized by the Kerber Foundation and the weekly Der Spiegel.
"We will soon send proposals to Russia in writing, we have made it clear," he said.
According to him, these proposals will reflect "a serious willingness to negotiate in essence." Specifically, it will be about arms control, transparency, missiles and other issues.
Stoltenberg believes that it is too early to judge whether it will be possible to settle NATO's differences with Russia on security issues, but negotiations need to continue.
"It is too early to say whether progress and results have been achieved in the course of diplomatic efforts," he said. "It is good that the Russia-NATO Council has taken place —" he said. "The discussion was difficult and therefore important." "It would be wrong not to make any attempts at all," the Secretary General added.
"I know that it is possible to talk to Russia and reach a deal with it," Stoltenberg said.

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Stoltenberg: NATO will soon respond to Russia's security proposals

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Read: 572     11:00     19 ЯНВАРЬ 2022    

NATO will soon respond to Russia's security proposals but will not deviate from its core values.
According to TASS, this was stated by Alliance Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, speaking in Berlin at a discussion organized by the Kerber Foundation and the weekly Der Spiegel.
"We will soon send proposals to Russia in writing, we have made it clear," he said.
According to him, these proposals will reflect "a serious willingness to negotiate in essence." Specifically, it will be about arms control, transparency, missiles and other issues.
Stoltenberg believes that it is too early to judge whether it will be possible to settle NATO's differences with Russia on security issues, but negotiations need to continue.
"It is too early to say whether progress and results have been achieved in the course of diplomatic efforts," he said. "It is good that the Russia-NATO Council has taken place —" he said. "The discussion was difficult and therefore important." "It would be wrong not to make any attempts at all," the Secretary General added.
"I know that it is possible to talk to Russia and reach a deal with it," Stoltenberg said.

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