While the members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) were struggling to contain US President Donald Trump at its two-day summit in Brussels starting Wednesday, June 11, Russia’s foreign ministry dismissed the western military alliance as “useless”, the Moscow Times, with additional inputs from Reuters, reported.
powered by Rubicon Project In Brussels, the Nato however took a different position over Russia, raising concern over its “provocative military activities”, including the deployment of missiles in its westernmost region, the report added.
“Russia’s recent activities and policies have reduced stability and security, increased unpredictability, and changed the security environment,” the reported sited the military bloc saying in a public statement.
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