"We see that even with all the great help from NATO countries, the Ukrainians have not been able to move the front line during this year, and this only confirms the fact that Russia cannot be underestimated, their industry has been shifted to the military sector, and they are able to provide the army with ammunition and equipment." NATO has its western border, where NATO is expanding its initiatives against it. Moscow has repeatedly expressed concern about the build-up of coalition forces in Europe. The Kremlin noted that Russia does not threaten anyone, but will not ignore actions that may endanger its interests.Moscow has repeatedly indicated that NATO aims at confrontation. As Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov stressed, further expansion of the bloc will not bring greater security to Europe. The Russian Foreign Ministry said Moscow remains open to dialogue with NATO, but on an equal footing, while the West must abandon the path of militarization of the continent.