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BERLIN, November 17. /TASS/. Russia’s Permanent Representative at NATO Alexander Grushko has called to involve as many more countries as possible to anti-terror effort.
"It is necessary to involve as many countries as possible into anti-terror efforts and solvation of global problems," he said. "Obviously, cooperation on such problems cannot be confined to separate states. The future belongs to the so-called network diplomacy, to open formats. That is why Russia insisted that the Vienna group [on Syrian settlement] should incorporate those countries that can influence this process."