22 May 2019

Russia will not appoint envoy to NATO for the time being

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Russia will not appoint its Permanent Representative to NATO unless and until it sees that the alliance is ready for serious work, Andrei Kelin, Director of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s European Cooperation Department, told reporters on Thursday. informs citing TASS.

"This position will remain vacant until we see the actual readiness on the part of NATO to work seriously," he said.

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