September 2, 2014

Obama should promise to scrap Russia-NATO pact, head of Estonian defence think tank says

Matthew Bryza, the Director of the Tallinn-based International Centre for Defence Studies, said that while visiting Estonia, the US President should promise to scrap the Russia-NATO Founding Act.

Matthew Bryza, the Director of the Tallinn-based International Centre for Defence Studies, said that while visiting Estonia, the US President should promise to scrap the Russia-NATO Founding Act.

Russia and NATO signed the Founding Act on Mutual Relations, Cooperation and Security in 1997 in Paris, according to which the treaty organisation is not supposed to set up military bases in the vicinity of Russia.

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