NATO’s decision to declare Russia an enemy associated with the destabilization of stability in Europe and the spread of the Russia-NATO act – Patrushev – Russia |
Khabarovsk. 5’th of July. Interfax – NATO’s decision to declare Russia an enemy linked to the escalation of tension and destabilization of security in Europe and Russia-NATO international freedom of action, said Nikolai Patrushev, Secretary of the Russian Security Council.
“Russia, insisting on its interests and sovereignty, propagandizes the United States and its allies as an enemy, which is reflected in the protocol documents, including those used at the NATO summit in Madrid,” Patrushev said, speaking on Tuesday in Khabarovsk at a meeting on national security issues. RF in the Far East.
He noted that the US and its satellites refused to engage in a constructive dialogue in the area of strategic stability and completely ignored Moscow’s demands for security guarantees.
“The military infrastructure is approaching the united borders, actively building up hostile forces and assets on the eastern flank. Decisions have been made to join the union of Finland and Sweden. A new military bloc AUKUS has been created,” the Security Council Secretary added.
Patrushev stressed that “these decisions and actions not only lead to an escalation of severity and destabilization of European security, but also clearly contradict Russia-NATO law, which, incidentally, continues to operate de jure.”