The Russian presidency (the Kremlin) suggested that some NATO member states could contribute positively to reducing tensions and normalizing relations between NATO and Russia.
This came on Friday, in the words of Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, when commenting on the statements of Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, who said that Ankara could not stand idly by in the face of the escalating differences between Russia and Ukraine, especially within the framework of NATO, to which Turkey belongs. .
Peskov acknowledged the existence of “difficult points of disagreement” between Russia and Ukraine, between Russia and the United States, and between Russia and NATO, and suggested that the Americans would hold consultations with Turkey, especially on the existing tensions with Moscow.
The spokesman for the Russian presidency pointed out the differing positions of the NATO countries, explaining: “There are some countries that take positions that are very hostile to us, and there are also other countries that, on the contrary, follow an approach that requires continuing dialogue and settling all problems in a diplomatic way, and they tend to take into account the real concerns of Russia, These countries can, without a doubt, contribute positively to this process.”
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