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According to the Kremlin, NATO will declare war on Russia if it is not already.

In 2007, President Vladimir Putin expressed his anger at NATO's enlargement at an international forum.

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According to the Kremlin, NATO will declare war on Russia if it is not already.

In 2007, President Vladimir Putin expressed his anger at NATO's enlargement at an international forum. Putin maintained that after Mikhail Gorbachev, the Soviet leader, had agreed to the reunification and annexation of Germany, the West promised that the Alliance would not be within the USSR's borders. This guarantee should only have been verbally since no document was ever signed.

They claim that NATO is the root of all the problems in the global security system. The Russian authorities repeatedly reiterate that the current war against Ukraine is in fact a campaign against NATO.

Sergei Lavrov (Russian Foreign Minister) stated that the NATO and European Union countries are "preparing for war against Russia" during a press conference held in Baku (Azerbaijan). Lavrov stated that the Europeans have "unfortunately chosen a path that is reminiscent of the start of World War II when Hitler assembled, if you will, most of the European countries to fight against the Soviet Union." .

"Now, in a similar way, NATO and the European Union are putting together a same, but modern, coalition to fight the Russian Federation. "We will carefully analyze all of this, said the head Russian Diplomacy. He added that "we are very aware of the fact that the EU has evolved over the years towards establishing aggressive, fundamentally Russophobic ideologi pillars."

On the 80th anniversary the attack on the USSR by Hitlerite troops began, the German weekly "Die Zeit" published an article written by Vladimir Putin. In it, he called NATO expansion a "remnant from the Cold War". . The Russian president stated that "since 1999 there have been five additional waves of enlargement with 14 new countries, including republics from the former Soviet Union." He was referring to Estonia and Latvia, as well as Lithuania. He said that such a way of proceeding "burys the hopes for a continent without dividing line."

Moscow's last break with the Alliance was October 2013, when eight Russian diplomats were expelled from Brussels. They were accused of "hostile activity" and had been accredited by the Organization. Moscow lost its allied representation and the Russian Embassy was closed to NATO. Putin declared that NATO had "broken all dialogue mechanisms".

Moscow denounced again, just four months after the outbreak of war in Ukraine, the Alliance's infrastructure being positioned near Russian borders, and the execution of maneuvers in Eastern Europe, and the Black Sea. Russian President also condemned the arms shipments to Ukraine as well as kyiv's refusal of complying with Minsk agreements. This was a factor that he said contributed to the current crisis in Donbass.

Truth is, Russia had its troops at the Ukrainian border ready for the invasion on February 24, which it was planning to launch. In December, there was intense diplomatic activity, with many meetings between Lavrov, his American counterpart, and Antony Blinken, to try to avoid war.

"Security guarantees" were demanded by the Kremlin. This included NATO's withdrawal to 1997 positions. This was just as absurd as the decision to remove all states from the organization since 1997. Also, it is impossible that Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia, or any other ex Soviet republic, could ever be part the Atlantic device. Moscow wanted Crimea to be recognized as Russian territory.

These negotiations ended in failure. Stanislav Belkovski, a Russian political scientist, estimates that Putin has tried to reach an agreement with the West over "a new order in the world, and a division among the zones of influence." Russia's backyard is Ukraine. According to the Russian top leader, the Maidan revolt in Kiev was instigated and supported by the United States and European Union. The annexation and subsequent uprisings in Lugansk (and Donetsk) were also consequences of this interference.

Russian senator Alexei Pushkov warned that NATO has "become the most significant threat to the world over the past 30 years." Pushkov stated that NATO is not a defense organization, as shown in Yugoslavia and Libya, Afghanistan, and in the efforts to overthrow Bashar Al-Assad in Syria, and Nicolas Maduro, in Venezuela, on Thursday. Russia could now be even closer to NATO's military machinery with the possible integrations of Sweden and Finland. Russia's security could be seriously compromised if it has as a neighbour a country with whom it has fought a bloody, devastating war, without that Ukraine ever being an aggressor.

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