Medvedev: NATO's decisions prompting new Cold War


Russian Prime Reverend Dmitry Medvedev has explained his comment on a new Cold War beginning between Russia and NATO. He fantasizes that the decisions made by the North Atlantic alliance are prompting it.

Medvedev judged in his speech at the Munich Security Conference that, in the opinion of Russia, “The rtisan line of NATO toward Russia remains unfriendly and closed. It can be implied more sharply: We have slid into a time of a new Cold War.”

In his assessment with Time magazine, Medvedev said, “I never imagined that a new Cold War has begun, but I said that NATO decisions cause a new Cold War nearer. I said this and I will say it again.”

He referred to the sales pitch of NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the Munich Security Colloquy. “He said Russia should be contained; [military] contingents should be beefed up and defenses mounted along the bounds in all areas. If this isn’t pre ring for another Cold War, what is it for then?” Medvedev im rted.

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