Source Pravda.Ru

Russian Senator For Equal Rights For Russia And 19 NATO Member States

Russian senator Vladimir Kulakov has come out for equal the rights of Russia and 19 NATO member countries. In an interview with RIA Novosti before the beginning of a meeting of the joint working group "Federal Assembly - NATO Parliamentary Assembly", Kulakov who is vice-chairman of the Federation Council security and defence committee stated that Russia is ready to cooperate with the North-Atlantic Alliance on separate positions. "Their list can include struggle against international terrorism, development of the programme of European anti-missile defence, and non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction," Kulakov said. According to him, the anti-terrorist operation has shown that Russia's contribution to the fight against terrorism is now greater than that of the NATO member countries.

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