Deputy Foreign Minister Grushko: Russia is unlikely to return NATO permanent representatives in Brussels
Russia is unlikely to return NATO permanent representatives to Brussels – current the development of the bloc's policy does not indicate such a possibility. This was stated by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Alexander Grushko at the site of the Valdai discussion club, writes TASS.
“Everything is developing so that we are unlikely to return,” he said, commenting on the prospect of restoring the permanent mission of the Russian Federation.
According to Grushko, the current policy of the alliance is being built “according to the blueprints of the Cold War” and corresponds to the tasks of “parrying the threat from the east.”