NATO asks Russia for free aid

NATO tries to cover its needs from Russia

In brief: The main goal of NATO’s representative’s visit is believed to rearrange relations beetween Russian Federation and NATO suspended after Russia’s conflict in Georgia.

This evening the Secretary General of NATO Anders Fogh Rasmussen will come to Moscow. His visit is to be 2 day long lasting and is supposed to include meetings with the President of Russia Dmitry Medvedev, the Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, the Head of Parliament Boris Gryzlov and the Head of Ministry of Interior Sergey Lavrov.

The main goal of NATO’s representative’s visit is believed to rearrange relations beetween Russian Federation and NATO suspended after Russia’s conflict in Georgia. But really the two basic tasks are to be discussed: asking Russia for help NATO’s affairs in Afghanistan and the plan of NATO extention.

Well, Rasmussen is going to ask Russia to supply military equipment to Afghanistan. The list of NATO’s needs includes everything from weapon to military technics. The most interesting and strange fact is that Rasmussen would like Russia to provide NATO with this equipment for free. It means NATO does not want to pay Russia for meeting Alliance’s needs.

Besides Rasmussen is going to persuade Russia to take part in new Antimissile Defense for the Europe.

Thus it is supposed that NATO tends to use Russia’s military power in its own purposes and besides do it for free! Doesn’t it mean that the Alliance fears Russia’s advantage underestimating however its ambitions and pride?

Maria Velikanova
2009-12-15 13:09, Society.

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