Jens Stoltenberg. Photo: Frederic Serakowski / Keystone Press Agency / www.globallookpress.com
Earlier, a European official asked Russia to join the solution of the Afghan issue
Over the past 20 years, the Collective Security Treaty Organization has repeatedly and persistently appealed to NATO with a proposal to establish real cooperation on anti-terrorism in Afghanistan, but it was refused in a boorish manner. This was stated by the vice-speaker of the Federation Council Konstantin Kosachev on his Facebook page.
This is how he reacted to the words of the head of the Alliance, Jens Stoltenberg, who indicated that the entire international community must make efforts to prevent Afghanistan from becoming a place where terrorists can operate freely, organizing attacks within other states. Separately, among all the countries that should join this, the European official noted Russia and China.
“And this is said by the head of an organization that has consistently, repeatedly, arrogantly, and sometimes openly boorishly rejected the persistent proposals of the Collective Security Treaty Organization for the past two decades,” Kosachev wrote.
He expressed confidence that Russia, together with its allies, is still ready for real cooperation in countering terrorism, but only being guided by an adequate approach to the issue – on an equal footing and without imposing the “fanaticism” of the winner, which, according to him, NATO is constantly engaged in. having the appropriate merit.
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