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USA doesn’t plan to deploy bases in Georgia, Baltic countries and Ukraine2009-10-29 10:47
Washington has no plans to deploy military bases in Georgia, Ukraine and Baltic countries, said yesterday Celeste Wallander, the U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense for Russia, Ukraine and European policy.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Alongside with other experts she participated in the discussion on the effectiveness of the "reset".
According to Wallander the USA and NATO has no reason to see Russia as surrounded with military bases; and noted that the number of troops in NATO and Europe decreased.
She noted that the relations between NATO and Russia got a positive turn in development, as the Russian government proposed joint efforts in fields like fighting with piracy, terrorism, narcotic drugs, mass destruction weapon spread, and even missile defense- ITAR TASS.
In her view, it means Russia's approach to NATO isn't as tough as many try to present, and witnesses the readiness of sides to meet each other half-way to solve global problems.