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    Russian-NATO Council meeting may be held in the near future according to the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Department of European Cooperation said Thursday.

    ST. PETERSBURG (Sputnik) – Moscow has not ruled out holding a Russian-NATO Council meeting in the near future, the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Department of European Cooperation said Thursday.

    “There is definite movement in dialogue with NATO. We are currently agreeing on the time, place, and agenda of holding a Russia-NATO Council meeting. I don’t exclude that it may be held in the near future…But I’m not going to speak yet [of the dates] because certain work is underway,” Andrei Kelin said.

     

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