Alexander Grushko (centre), Russian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Alexander Fomin (right), Russian Deputy Minister of Defence. Photo: dpa
Alexander Grushko (centre), Russian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Alexander Fomin (right), Russian Deputy Minister of Defence. Photo: dpa
Ukraine

Nato chief says allies ready for more Russia talks despite ‘significant differences’ over demands for new security rules

  • Stoltenberg said it was ‘positive’ that the two sides had been able to sit down together, reviving the Nato-Russia Council platform, and that Nato members had invited Russia to agree to a series of talks
  • Nato said it would be impossible for its 30 members to agree to Moscow’s demands, and Russia would have no veto on Ukraine’s right to join the alliance

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Alexander Grushko (centre), Russian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Alexander Fomin (right), Russian Deputy Minister of Defence. Photo: dpa
Alexander Grushko (centre), Russian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Alexander Fomin (right), Russian Deputy Minister of Defence. Photo: dpa
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