NATO drills increasingly resemble preparations for war
NATO’s military drills on the eastern flank are increasingly more reminiscent of purposeful preparations for a large-scale military conflict, the Russian Foreign Ministry issued a response on …
US general admits NATO military superiority over Russia eroded
Gen. Joseph Dunford, the chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, admitted that NATO’s military advantage over Russia had eroded in past years, the Newsweek magazine reported.
"Russia is a …
Not all Balkan nations able to resist NATO’s pressure
Certain Balkan nations fall under NATO’s influence against the will of the majority of citizens, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said in an interview with Trud newspaper.
"As for the …
Russia calls on NATO to establish regular contacts between military experts
Moscow calls on NATO to establish regular contacts between military experts in the framework of the Russia-NATO Council (RNC), Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said in an interview with German …
Russian, NATO top brass discuss security issues
Russian Chief of the General Staff Valery Gerasimov has held a meeting with NATO's Supreme Allied Commander Europe Tod Wolters in Azerbaijan’s capital of Baku, the Russian Defense Ministry said …
Russia concerned by US pulling neutral European states into NATO drills
Russia is hoping that the United States engaging neutral European countries in NATO military exercises, playing out a scenario of an attack on a NATO member, will not lead to further destabilization, …
Black Sea Fleet warships start combat training amid NATO drills
A task force of the Black Sea Fleet has started scheduled combat training amid NATO’s Sea Breeze-2019 drills, the Fleet’s press service said on Friday.
"While fulfilling the goals, the …
NATO-Russia Council to discuss INF Treaty
The suspension of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty will dominate the NATO-Russia Council’s meeting due in Brussels on Friday.
The meeting will be held at the level of ambassadors …
Greater US-NATO military presence in Poland won’t boost EU security, cautions envoy
Expanding the West’s military presence in Poland will bolster neither Warsaw's security nor that of Europe as a whole, Russian Ambassador to Poland Sergey Andreev said in an interview with …
NATO at 70: old organization, new narrative
Each anniversary of NATO's founding since the end of the Old Cold War has been met with calls by many activists across the world to dismantle the alliance that they say has outlived its original …