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Russia condemns NATO´s questioning of troops movements

Russian presidential spokesman, Dmitry Peskov

Russia condemns NATO´s questioning of troops movements

Moscow, Jan 13 (Prensa Latina) Russian presidential spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, declared today that The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) cannot dictate to his country how or where to move its military forces on the national territory.
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“If NATO want to dictate to us how and where we should move our Armed Forces on Russian territory, that is hardly impossible, because we are talking about Russian territory. Russia does not move its Armed Forces on the territory of other States”, the official pointed out.

Peskov condemned that Moscow should take meassures to reduce security tensions in Europe when there is a threat that NATO expands to West. He pointed out that the statements of U.S. representatives inviting Finland and Sweden to join NATO and to increase military forces in the territories of some of the Baltic countries are clear.

The head of the Kremlin press service noted that Russia never demonstrated a lack of political will to continue negotiations with the United States.

“On the contrary, we repeatedly encountered unwillingness of our counterparts to conduct these negotiations,” he said.

Asked whether it makes sense to continue the process of dialogue on security guarantees with the United States, Peskov said in an affirmative manner, although he clarified that as long as it is to make progress on fundamental issues.

Commenting on the latest U.S. calls for sanctions against Russia, Peskov warned that such measures may complicate the current negotiations, even if they proceed without success.

Peskov warned that if Washington imposes sanctions against Russian President Vladimir Putin, it would be an outrageous step comparable to a break in relations.

Questioned about the possibility that in such a case Moscow would apply a similar response, the presidential spokesman said that “Russia is always ready and will always do what best suits the country’s interests.”


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