Tuesday, April 1, 2014

NATO Holds Talks to Press Russia

Foreign ministers of all the member countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization ( NATO ) will meet in Brussels , Belgium , on Tuesday ( 04/01/2014 ) afternoon local time , to discuss strategies to help Ukraine simultaneously pressing Russia .

The meeting was an inaugural dialogue consisted of 28 blocks of the country since the Russian took over the Crimea . (see also: situs download aplikasi gratis)

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the withdrawal of most troops from the border with Ukraine .

In an official statement of NATO foreign ministers are scheduled to talk with Foreign Minister of Ukraine Andriy Deshchytsia on ways to shore up Ukraine in the aspect of defense reform .

As reported by the BBC correspondent , Jonathan Marcus , at the meeting of foreign ministers expected to discuss cooperation freezing formally with Russia .

In addition , they will consider a number of options considered in order to give security to the countries of Eastern Europe , including placing a permanent military base in the Balkan countries .

Previously , Lithuania , Estonia , and Bulgaria which is the former Soviet Union expressed concern over the Russian action in Ukraine .

Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev , for example , said the Russian lunge can be a bad precedent for the future.

" How about Lithuania ? How to Estonia ? We have Russian communities . Did that mean they ( Russian communities ) can be contacted Moscow and Moscow would send troops , occupied , and took over most of the territory of the country ? "
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Tensions between Russia and Western countries increased after the overthrow of the pro - Kremlin Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych in February , after a large demonstration for a month .

Russia annexed the Crimea decision to trigger a crisis in relations with the West .

Previously , the foreign minister the U.S. and Russia meet to discuss settlement of the crisis in Ukraine , but did not produce an agreement .


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