NATO Secretary General: Russia is now a security threat, not a partner. Member countries will announce this soon

NATO considers Russia not a partner, but a threat to its security. NATO member countries will make a statement about this at the summit, which will be held in Madrid at the end of June, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in an interview with the Bild am Sonntag newspaper.

“As the world changes, so does NATO. And the world has become more dangerous. We will declare that Russia is no longer a partner, but a threat to our security, peace and stability,” he said, answering a question about the new strategic concept of the alliance.

According to him, the document will also mention China: “The rise of China is a challenge to our interests, our values ​​and our security,” Stoltenberg said.

The NATO Secretary General also advises to prepare for a protracted Russian war in Ukraine. Earlier, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson made a similar statement: “We need to prepare for a protracted war, as Putin has moved on to a military campaign of attrition,” he said.

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