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Posts Tagged ‘Great Eurasian Partnership’

Russia is concerned about the build-up of NATO’s military infrastructure near its borders

Posted by seumasach on June 23, 2021

I expect that Moscow will now focus more on NATO than on the USA with whom They appear to have reached an understanding. With the USA likely detaching itself from engagement with Europe it is up to Europe to redefine its foreign policy and to break out of the Cold War mindset. The whole post-WW2 framework is in question: Can European diplomacy respond?


23rd June, 2021

He also stressed that the recent NATO summit in Brussels confirmed that the bloc is being transformed into a global military and political alliance, aimed at containing Russia and China.

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NATO expansion risks tearing Europe apart once again

Posted by seumasach on June 22, 2021


22nd June, 2021

Putin reiterated that “Russia is in favor of restoring a comprehensive partnership with the rest of Europe” and again proposed the idea of a “common space for cooperation and security from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean.”

In April, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov extended an invitation to EU nations to sign up to a Moscow-backed plan to form a ‘Great Eurasian Partnership’ that would be open to all states across the two continents. This would be driven by the values of unification and inclusivity, he said.

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