Last quote by Alexander Gruschko
We count on having a frank discussion about the security situation in Europe … including … the consequences of NATO reinforcements on the eastern flank.
Dec 19 2016
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Quotes by Alexander Gruschko
Oct 27 2016
The alliance is more focused on the development and deepening of its policy of a comprehensive military and political containment of Russia. This vector is becoming more and more long-term.
Jul 14 2016
There is no reason to develop such military activity like we face today and what NATO is doing and, of course, we believe that it does not contribute to security so it's not about transparency. This is about the direction in which NATO is moving in military terms and this is very worrisome, very worrisome development.
Sep 03 2014
There was not really a question of organising a joint summit. But after the NATO countries unilaterally withdrew in April from the cooperation projects with Russia, this question lost its relevance completely. Let them discuss their problems between themselves.
Sep 03 2014
In this situation, NATO takes a course which could seriously weaken regional and global security. On one hand, NATO begins military preparations against Russia. On the other hand, NATO reduces its own ability to cooperate with Russia over the problems which NATO cannot efficiently deal with on its own without interaction with international players including Russia.
Sep 03 2014
These worries are completely baseless. We have proven many times that all these so called facts produced by NATO and other European capitals are not really facts, but fabricated documents. We are not concentrating troops, neither movement of military hardware which could be considered as destabilising. Generally speaking, I think this attitude is largely related to phobias, not to real security concerns. And phobias can not be treated with deploying tanks and additional combat forces. That's why many countries should really look at the problems which exist in their own societies.