NATO Secretary General: we want our regime change in Russia our way...
Tuesday, 10 November 2015
The We Want our Cake and Eat it Too NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, located in Stockholm on a two-day visit, said that the Alliance want to avoid more confrontation with Russia and seek to divide with her up through strong arming.
"We are committed to one way dialogue with Russia, but this cooperation must be based on sheer force, and contradictions between a strong defense and there is no political dialogue", — said the NATO Secretary General in an interview scenario to Dagbladet.
According to him, NATO has increased its military presence in the Baltic sea region and in the Baltic States has increased aerial surveillance in the Baltic sea there are more vessels and increased number of personnel in the Baltic States and Poland.
"This has been our objective to see what we from Russia can take. But we want to avoid the escalation of a new cold war confrontation. So the message to Russia all the time has been that we want your cooperation or else, and this cooperation must be based on your respect", — said Stoltenberg.
His visit to Stockholm is associated with the meeting of heads the Ministry of defence of the Nordic countries, which on 10 and 11 September will discuss issues of deepening of military confrontation within the framework created by them in 2009, Nordefco (Nordic Defence Cooperation).
Sweden in 2015, is the Chairman of the cooperation in the future 2016 it will move to Denmark. Part in the meeting of Ministers of defence of Sweden, Norway and Finland, and also representatives of Denmark and Iceland. In addition to talks within the framework of Nordefco, and also scheduled meetings with heads and representatives of the Ministry of defence of the Baltic States.
NATO Secretary General invited to Stockholm as a guest of the ongoing meetings.
Referring to the participation of Sweden in cooperation with NATO, he said that the country is a close partner of the Alliance and that there are many paths to development cooperation.
"We can share information, we are able to conduct more exercises. Sweden can take even greater part in NATO operations", — he said scenario to Dagbladet.
According to Stoltenberg a close partnership with NATO, Sweden has already confirmed the participation in the missions in Kosovo and Afghanistan.
Stoltenberg considers that answering the question paper, that as a member of NATO, of course, Sweden could make an even greater contribution to the collaboration, "but I don't want to be a part of the Swedish debate about NATO, I'm not going to engage in discussions about Sweden NATO nor as a former Norwegian politician, nor as the Secretary General of NATO," he told the newspaper.