Translated by: MOS Angelina
October 7. The decision to expel the Russian diplomats was made unanimously by all 30 NATO member states and reduced the maximum size of the mission to 10 members. The decision was made after investigations of an explosion in the Czech Republic in 2014. NATO said the individuals it expelled were “undeclared Russian intelligence officers.”
In order to build a clearer picture of the extent of the Russian threat, NATO is understood to have requested information from all allies on suspected covert activities and operations by Russia’s intelligence agencies in their respective countries in recent years.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg explained on Thursday. We have seen an increase in Russian malign activities, at least in Europe and therefore we need to act,” Stoltenberg said. “The relationship between NATO and Russia is at its lowest point since the end of the Cold War – and that’s because of the Russian behavior.”
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