BRUSSELS - NATO and Russia start Monday with each other around the table in Brussels. At ambassadorial level, they will discuss European security issues in the so-called NATO-Russia Council. In any case, the conflict comes in Ukraine discussed at the meeting in the headquarters of the Western alliance.
That made NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg on Thursday during the EU summit in Brussels. 'If the tensions, like today, to continue the important dialogue with Russia,' the Norwegian former prime minister.
The military alliance suspended the political dialogue in 2014, due to the annexation of the Crimea by Russia. In April it was resumed and after the NATO summit in Warsaw in July, the ambassadors met. When the 'profound differences' were confirmed. Moscow is not to speak about NATO forces which are directed towards the border with Russia.