RUSSIA MAINTAINS PRESSURE ON NATO.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 93
On Monday and Tuesday, Russia continued its campaign against NATO’s military action in Bosnia. Defense Minister Pavel Grachev repeated in a telephone conversation with U.S. Defense Minister William Perry Russia’s threat to "reassess" it membership in NATO’s Partnership For Peace program if NATO continues its air strikes in the former Yugoslavia. Russian diplomat Vitaly Churkin issued a similar warning to NATO ambassadors in Brussels. At the United Nations, Russian ambassador Sergei Lavrov circulated to the Security Council a draft resolution calling for immediate cessation of the NATO bombing.
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