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NATO schedules special meeting with Russia amid Ukraine crisis
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has scheduled a special meeting of allied ambassadors and top Russian officials for next week as both sides seek dialogue to prevent open conflict over Ukraine, a NATO official said on Tuesday.
Putin warns of possible military response over ‘aggressive’ NATO
Vladimir Putin said he will consider a military response if Russia feels threatened by NATO, in a sign that he is not ready to de-escalate tensions over a crisis in Ukraine.
Ryabkov: Moscow may up the ante if West ignores demands
Russia may take unspecified new measures to ensure its security if the U.S. and its allies continue to take provocative action and ignore Moscow’s demand for guarantees precluding NATO’s expansion to Ukraine, a senior diplomat said Saturday.
Raeisi: Bloodshed, backwardness sole outcomes of US, NATO presence in Afghanistan
President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi said two decades of the military presence of the United States and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in Afghanistan had no other result for the Afghan people but bloodshed and backwardness.
Russian envoy: Fear of NATO a ‘very dangerous delusion’
Russia’s ambassador to the US has criticized the West’s shipment of arms to Ukraine, saying the assumption that Moscow would not respond to Kiev’s military moves in fear of NATO is a “very dangerous delusion”.
Putin: Russia sees US, NATO Black Sea drills as 'serious challenge'
Russian president: Western states create migration crises
Putin: Russia must build up defenses in view of NATO moves
Russian President Vladimir Putin emphasized the need to strengthen the country’s air defenses amid NATO’s military activities near Russia’s borders.
Russia closes NATO missions as ties plunge to new low
Russia said Monday it was suspending its mission to NATO and closing the alliance's offices in Moscow, as relations with the Western military bloc plunged to new depths.
Kremlin says NATO expansion in Ukraine crosses Russia’s red lines
Expansion of NATO military infrastructure in Ukraine crosses Russia’s red lines, the Kremlin said on Monday, saying Russia and Belarus would act to protect their own security.
Zarif: US, NATO must make up for invading Afghanistan
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif criticized the United States and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) officials’ claims on war against terrorism in Afghanistan, stressing that they invaded the war-ravaged country only for their own interests and must now make up for invading and occupying Afghanistan.
UK distances itself from Afghanistan crisis, claims allies snubbed plea to stay
Britain, which has had military presence in Afghanistan for years, is trying to distance itself from the ongoing crisis in the Asian country, claiming it tried to form a military alliance to support Afghan forces but NATO allies refused to take part.
Taliban advance, NATO calls for 'negotiated settlement' in Afghanistan
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said a "negotiated settlement" is necessary in Afghanistan, as the Taliban militant group advances in the country.
Iran criticizes NATO chief’s remarks as 'misguided,' or 'irresponsible spinning of facts'
Iran’s mission to the European Union has vehemently condemned recent statements by the secretary general of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) on the need for Iran to fully implement its obligations under its safeguard agreement with the UN nuclear watchdog.
Taliban aim to present written peace plan at talks as soon as next month
Karzai: NATO failed to defeat terrorism in Afghanistan
Russia tests Crimean air defence systems as Ukraine, NATO hold Black Sea drills
Russia tested the readiness of its air defence systems in Crimea as Ukraine and NATO countries held military drills in the Black Sea, the Interfax news agency reported on Tuesday.

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