MOSCOW PRESSED TO PARTICIPATE IN NATO PFP.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 2 Issue: 200
A high-ranking NATO official in Brussels yesterday expressed disappointment that Moscow has yet to take an active part in the alliance’s Partnership for Peace program, and advised that only through participation could Moscow hope to influence relations between NATO and Russia. (Interfax, October 24) That same line of thinking was embraced by former Russian security council secretary Aleksandr Lebed during and after his visit to Brussels earlier this month. (See Perspective item)
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