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Russia concerned about NATO situation in Black Sea


Russia concerned about NATO situation in Black Sea

Moscow, Nov 29 (Prensa Latina) Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko on Monday said his country is deeply concerned about present situation artificially caused by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in the Black Sea region.
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Speaking at the Valdai International Debate Club, Grushko stated speculation about militarization of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea is an exaggeration.

Mr. Grushko recalled the Russian Navy and Army have remained on that peninsula since the 18th century. “Planes showed up later, but in any case, the Russian military presence was always powerful, it was a factor of peace and security” in the region.

The Russian deputy foreign minister also warned that in addition to Ukraine, the Atlantic Alliance has already included two other Black Sea states: Bulgaria and Romania, in its military plans, so by declaring itself concerned about Russia’s presence in the region it is actually projecting military force.


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