NATO SECRETARY GENERAL MAKES LITTLE PROGRESS IN MOSCOW.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 2 Issue: 57
Following his own two days of talks with Russian leaders, NATO Secretary General Javier Solana conceded that the two sides were still far apart on NATO enlargement. It appeared that there had also been little progress made in defining the contours of Russia’s own relationship to the alliance. Yeltsin had said he would take a "tough" line against enlargement during his meeting with Solana, but details of their conversation were not forthcoming. Like Christopher, Solana reaffirmed NATO’s intention to enlarge. He also assured Duma chairman Gennady Seleznev that "NATO does not resemble at all the military alliance of the Cold War period." (Reuter, March 21)
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