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MOSCOW, November 30 (Itar-Tass) —— Russia expects a clear political signal from NATO states to continue missile defence negotiations , there are some chances to come to terms, Deputy Director of the pan-European cooperation department of the Foreign Ministry Yuri Gorlach said at the Moscow international conference devoted to the Euro-Atlantic security architecture on Wednesday.
“In the current situation we want to have a clear political signal from our partners and the leadership of NATO states so that the work of experts will already meet political instructions of these countries,” he noted.
“Our common task is to create a common indivisible system to cover all countries along the external perimeter,” Gorlach pointed out.
“Russia does not shut the doors to continue the dialogue. There are some chances to do it,” the Russian diplomatic official said.