Tatyana Firsova. To successfully address global issues in the world ought to use is now not valid consultative mechanism between Russia and NATO, I'm sure the ex-foreign Minister of Germany Hans-Dietrich Genscher.
"during the fall should be involved another platform, for example, the now much - neglected consultative mechanism established jointly by NATO and the Russian Federation," Genscher said in a statement to present to the conference " the Seventieth anniversary of the Potsdam agreement: new pereputja ".
the event opened on Thursday in Potsdam. The Council Russia-NATO was formed in 2002, the last meeting of diplomats was held in June 2014. Since then, the Dialogue between Russia and the North Atlantic Commonwealth frozen, the reason was the conflict in Ukraine.
According to Genscher, there are a few key ways to find the resolution of complex issues, and among them this. In addition, according to the former Minister, must find out the desire of the parties to the negotiations and to find For them the right partners. For Germany the interests of peace, freedom and the rule of the people, he said.
"Never, Never interrupt the Dialogue. Dialogue is an essential tool For the resolution of international conflicts and crises, this is based on a long and positive experience of Germany after 1945. Dialogue helps to avoid misunderstandings and to better represent the desires of both sides, " said Genscher.
review of the former Minister, communication and dialogues are simply vital in order to restore the lost confidence of the parties to each other." When you get to that point in order to harness this potential, if not at the present time?" wondered Genscher.
The Potsdam agreement on the problems of the postwar settlement was made in the summer of 1945 the leaders of the USSR, the USA and the UK. Was established by the Council of Ministers of foreign Affairs of the five powers: the USSR, China, USA, Britain, and France signed the Treaty on political and economic principles of the coordinated policy toward Germany during the period of Federal supervision over it.