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    Russia-NATO Council Session Agenda to Reflect Both Sides' Needs – Lavrov

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    The agenda of the Wednesday session of the Russia-NATO Council will not only reflect the alliance’s stance, but also take Moscow’s position into account, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Tuesday.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The meeting between NATO and Russian permanent representatives is scheduled to be held April 20 in Brussels.

    "We made it clear that this cannot be ‘business as usual,’ or be a one-way street, and the agenda which was agreed upon for tomorrow’s session does not only reflect what NATO needs but also what Russia is interested in," Lavrov told a press conference.


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