A German employee with the NATO's military mission in Moscow has been founddead, NATO officials said Wednesday.An investigation has been opened into the death of Olaf Schmunk, who workedas an office administrator, NATO's military liaison office confirmed. NATOofficials refused to provide any other details. Moscow police also refusedto comment.NATO opened its long-delayed mission in Moscow in May, on the eve of thesummit meeting that inaugurated a new level of cooperation between Russiaand its former Cold War foe, the Russia Journal reported. .
Russia's Ambassador to Belarus, Mikhail Babich, said that Moscow would treat any military intervention in the affairs of Belarus as an attack on Russia