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Nato Fights Budget For Bureaucracy And War

The NATO alliance is pushing closer to the military infrastructure at Russia’s borders, under the pretext of the need to protect itself from a fictional adversary, said Nikolai Patrushev, Secretary of the Russian Security Council.
The Russian government has been forced to respond in response to the noise surrounding Russia’s “military threat,” said Nikolai Patrushev, secretary of the Russian Security Council.
During a meeting held in the Kaliningrad region, Patrushev stressed that the United States and its NATO partners are implementing measures aimed at deploying military infrastructure in the immediate vicinity of Russia’s borders.
At the same time, the topic of the “Russian military threat” is being actively discussed. Poland and the Baltic States are actively participating in this noise, ”said the Secretary of the Security Council.
Consequently, Russia is forced to take a response in the political, economic and military spheres, Patrushev stressed.
“These measures are based on Russia’s National Security Strategy, which was approved by the President at the end of 2015,” the politician said.
Passions around the summit
In the run-up to the summit in Warsaw, NATO is stepping up tensions to get a large budget for real military preparations, says Alexander Krustkih, the Russian president’s special envoy for international cooperation on information security.
“I believe that NATO is currently passionate about obtaining funds to maintain bureaucracy and make real military preparations. This is detrimental to common sense and genuine attempts to stabilize security through concrete negotiations, despite the fact that they must take place with an opponent they have invented for themselves, ”Krutsky said in an interview with RIA Novosti.
The summit to be held in Warsaw on 8-9 In July, the Alliance believes that the Alliance will have to take important decisions on its development strategy. Jens Stoltenberg reported on the unprecedented expansion of NATO’s military presence in Eastern Europe and the Baltic States. From January next year, NATO member states want to deploy one battalion (up to 1,000 soldiers) in Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Poland on a rotating basis.
The North Atlantic Alliance justifies its actions in the Baltic region with the need to suspend Russia’s seemingly aggressive measures. The Russian government has repeatedly stated that it is not interested in increasing tensions in the Baltic States or anywhere else.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov called on NATO to renounce confrontation and put a lot of common sense into decisions that undermine the strategic balance of power in Europe. Moscow will respond to all factors that threaten its national security, Lavrov stressed.

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