NATO enlargement to the East will not remain without a response by Moscow, said the President's press Secretary Dmitry Peskov. According to his statement, preliminary it is necessary to wait official position of the authorities, not the experts.
In addition, the official announced reason of introduction of sanctions against Turkey. The President's press Secretary Dmitry Peskov commented on the expansion of NATO after the Preface in the Alliance of Montenegro. According to his statement, then Moscow will have to respond.
"On many levels, always Moscow, it was noted that the continued expansion of NATO military infrastructure of NATO to the East, of course, can not but lead to retaliatory action from the East, in other words from the Russian side in terms of providing security interests and maintain parity of interests", - quotes its RIA Novosti. On the exact actions of Moscow to speak still early, said the civil servant.
According to Peskov, it is necessary to wait not statements of experts, as official position, which may come from the head of the country Vladimir Putin, and Russian departments of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of defense. The view was also expressed that the Kremlin is not yet ready to make a statement. "No, don't expected, the priorities at the moment other," said the civil servant.
The President's press Secretary also explained the reasons for the imposition of financial penalties against Turkey. According to his statement, they are of a preventive nature against the background of growing threats of terrorist acts, reports TASS.
At the same time, local politicians criticized the accession of Montenegro to NATO. As we were informed Days.Ru, MPs and senators felt that this would break security in Europe, also said about the cancellation of a number of substantial projects with the country.
Remember, NATO made an offer of Montenegro on 2 December. Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called the decision historic and have emphasized that it is not aimed against Russia.
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