Baku. 12 July. REPORT.AZ/ NATO poses no threat to any country. All these measures are defensive, proportionate and transparent, and within NATO’s legal and political commitments.
Report informs, this is stated in the Brussels Declaration on Transatlantic Security and Solidarity adopted at the NATO Summit
“We face a prolonged period of instability. Russia is challenging the rules-based international order by destabilising Ukraine including through the illegal and illegitimate annexation of Crimea; it is violating international law, conducting provocative military activities, and attempting to undermine our institutions and sow disunity”, - declaration says.
At the same time, the summit participants stated that they remain ready for a meaningful dialogue with Russia. We continue to aspire to a constructive relationship with Russia, when Russia’s actions make that possible.
The NATO declaration says it provides tailored support to our eastern partners Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine, as well as to Bosnia and Herzegovina.