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NATO increases military activity in response to Russia's drills
Friday, 11 September 2015 13:20

The increase in Russia's military activities will prompt an increase in the military activities of NATO, German Foreign Ministry's envoy for Eastern Europe, South Caucasus and Central Asia Andreas Peschke said.

"It is probably right to say that there has been increased activity in military drills in Russia and as a response to that there has also been an increase in military drills within NATO. That is probably not something that we would like to continue," Peschke, who has recently visited Moscow, said in an interview with Interfax.

Peschke thus commented on the start of the sudden check of the Russian Armed Forces and the order of the Russian Supreme Commander-in-Chief.

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