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BRUSSELS, April 03, /ITAR-TASS/. NATO's freezing of practical projects of cooperation with Russia is counterproductive, Russia's permanent representative to the North Atlantic alliance, Alexander Grushko, told reporters in Brussels on April 2.
As a member of the international community, Russia is responsible for maintaining international peace and stability and is ready to continue cooperation with all the partners on global problems. Russia is particularly concerned over Afghanistan, where the situation is deteriorating, and the objectives set for NATO and the International Security Assistance Force are not attained, Grushko noted.