Russia, NATO is not afraid

According to the head of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov, Russia in August 2008 would have acted the same way regardless of whether Georgia is a member of NATO or not. And in general, Lavrov said that in Moscow are concerned about the prospects for reform of the alliance and «cautiously optimistic» about the development of relations with the new administration the White House.

11 April 2009 | administration, alliance, confidence, georgia, lavrov, minister, ministry of foreign affairs, white house

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