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NATO is ready to restore relationships with Russia2008-12-01 15:39
The work of Russia-NATO Council can be resumed at the ambassador level, says James Appaturai, an official representative of the alliance, at today's press conference in Brussels, held before the meeting of NATO member countries Foreign Ministers, that is to be conducted on December 2nd -3rd , ITAR-TASS informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
After the events in Georgia, the alliance "froze" the work of the Council at all levels. But, according to Appaturai, "work of the Russia-NATO Council at the level of ambassadors is the level at which the relationships can be restored. After the well-known events in Georgia NATO made a decision not to conduct relationships with Russia as it had been before, but it doesn't mean that it isn't going to continue them at all ", - he stated.
According to Appaturai, the ways to restore constructive relationships with Russia will be discussed by NATO member countries Foreign Ministers on Tuesday.
The NATO representative noticed that, despite credibility gap in Russia-NATO relationships, caused, in particular, Russia's recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, and "unsuitably bellicose rhetoric concerning the possible locating of rockets in Europe, Russia and NATO continue cooperation in a number of directions ".