Last week, Czech Vice-Premier and Foreign Minister Jan Kavan visited Moscow. The main goal his visit was to persuade Russia’s leadership not to hamper NATO eastern expansion. The entry of ex-members of the Warsaw Pact into NATO has been testy not only for the countries striving to join NATO, but also for the alliance itself. Finally, Moscow reluctantly agreed with the acceptance of Poland, the Czech Republic, and Hungary into NATO
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