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OSLO, June 5. /TASS/. The North Atlantic Alliance is not interested in confrontation with Russia and would like to maintain cooperation with Moscow, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told TASS on Friday.
"NATO does not seek confrontation with Russia," Stoltenberg said. "Actually we still strive for more constructive and cooperative relationship."
"But the cooperation has to build on trust and has to build on the fact that Russia has to respect the borders of its neighbors. That’s the main challenege now," he said.
"We should strive for more transparency, more predictability related to military activities," Stoltenberg added.