Our relations with Russia have changed radically.
APA reports that NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said this at a press conference, APA reports.
"Russia has moved away from the agreement signed between NATO and Russia in the 1990s, which supports dialogue between the parties.
The work we have done over the years on dialogue and partnership is no longer available.
But at the same time, we want to keep in touch with Russia, because Russia is our neighbor.
Because we also have to manage difficult relationships, there are issues related to risk reduction, arms control.
However, the meaningful dialogue we have been working on is no longer an option for Russia.
"Because this country has openly and grossly violated international law," he said.