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MOSCOW, February 27. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia advises everyone to give up provocative statements and respect Ukraine’s non-aligned status, the Foreign Ministry reported on Thursday.
“The attempts to unilaterally change the coordinated actions and the unwillingness to realize the real situation come to no good,” the ministry said.
“When NATO starts discussing the situation in Ukraine, it sends a wrong signal. The NATO secretary-general says Ukraine’s membership in the Alliance is not the priority of the Ukrainian leadership,” the ministry said.
“Does membership remain ordinary priority? Some people try to solve these issues instead of the Ukrainian people,” the ministry said.
“We advise everyone to give up provocative statements and respect Ukraine’s non-aligned status in compliance with the law ‘On the Fundamentals of Internal and Foreign Policy’,” the ministry said.