Nato countries plus Finland, Sweden invited to Moscow

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Russian Deputy Minister of Defense Anatoly Antonov delivers his speech during the fifth plenary session of the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) 15th Asia Security Summit in Singapore, 05 June 2016.

Nato countries plus Finland, Sweden invited to Moscow


Representatives of Nato countries, including Poland and the Baltic states, as well as non-Nato members Finland and Sweden, have all been invited to Moscow for talks in September. Russia’s Deputy Defence Minister Anatoly Antonov says Russia is ready for “constructive conversations about common issues”.

As reported by YLE, Antonov said the agenda for September's “consultations” will include the military-political situation in Europe. The aim will be to reduce shared worries that have arisen ove...


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