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Russian and NATO FMs to discuss cooperation issues2009-11-20 11:40
At the meeting on December 4 in Brussels Russian and NATO FMs will debate on the "road map" for closer partnership.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It was stated by the North Atlantic Alliance's Spokesman James Appathurai, RIA Novosti reports.
According to him "NATO-Russia Council will be an important moment allowing discussion and, if possible, to agree on a roadmap for cooperation".
"Afghanistan and the manner in which Russia and NATO can collaborate on this matter will also be on the agenda", - the agency quotes the spokesman.
The parties are expected to discuss preparation for NATO SG Anders Fogh Rasmussen's visit to Moscow on December 15-17.
The alliance's spokesman remarked that joint review of 21st century threats and challenges will be also on the agenda of both the NATO-Russia Council and the Secretary General's visit.