brussels - NATO and Russia call each other next week, a few days after the upcoming Russia awkward, NATO summit in Warsaw. The so-called NATO-Russia Council will meet on July 13, negotiated between the rivals.
Items on the agenda include the conflicts in Ukraine and Afghanistan, and discuss each other's military maneuvers in order to avoid tensions, according to NATO.
The council, which has existed since 2002, to discuss NATO ambassadors with their Russian representative disagreements. The alliance suspended the dialogue in 2014 in anger over the annexation of Crimea by Russia. In April it was cautiously resumed.
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Russia and NATO change for months unfriendly day off. The decision by the Western alliance to meet in Warsaw, the namesake of the Russia-led NATO counterpart in the Cold War, the Kremlin drove once more in the curtains.