Russian Federation says NATO’s desire to enter Central Asia will lead to chaos 06:14

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Mikhail Galuzin in an interview with the portal He stated that Western attempts to advance NATO’s military presence in Central Asia would lead to tension and chaos in the region. The transcript of the interview was published on: Web site foreign policy department.

“Attempts to force NATO’s military presence in the region under the pretext of the ‘Afghan threat’ will bring nothing but escalation of tension,” he said.

He added that Moscow continues to insist that all problems in the post-Soviet space should be resolved jointly among neighbors and not determined from outside.

On May 1, Deputy Chief of General Staff of the Armenian Armed Forces Artur Yeroyan during talks at NATO headquarters in Brussels acceptance New interaction areas were determined in the bilateral cooperation program in the field of military education for 2024.

Previously Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia appreciated The country’s prospects for joining NATO.

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Source: Gazeta


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