Rogozin called the words of the NATO Secretary General about Russia rudeness: Politics: Russia: Lenta.ru
Dmitry Rogozin, General Director of the Roscosmos Corporation, called the words of NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, which he said about Russia, as rudeness. He wrote about this in his Telegram-channel.
On Monday, November 29, the head of the North Atlantic Alliance said that he believes in the possibility of dialogue with Russia, potentially “potential risks may arise.” He noted that NATO needs to show that they “did not want Russia to attack” any of them.
As the head of Roscosmos noted, “the rhetoric of NATO bureaucrats has changed dramatically in recent years.” Rogozin recalled that in 2008-2011, when he led the Permanent Mission of Russia to NATO in Brussels, “not a single NATO official had the idea to say something like that to us.” “Now they are rude, they constantly accustom others to the aggressive tone and content of speeches in Russia,” he concluded.
Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin explained the break in relations with NATO by the illogical actions of the representatives of the alliance. In his opinion, Russian diplomats at NATO were expelled from Brussels for no reason, and Moscow responded in the same way, closing the military mission of the alliance. Putin believes that the alliance is for active confrontation with Russia. In the message, the president said that NATO’s military service was “stubborn and demonstrative” approaching Russian borders.
The North Atlantic Alliance and Russia mutually expelled their diplomatic staff in October 2021. Aggravation with the system of Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, who is part of the Russian mission in Brussels up to 10 people. Russia believes that the alliance is actively making plans for expansion, including to Central Asia.