Foreign Minister Dominic Raab will call on NATO allies to confront Russia's threat and make it feel the actual consequences of its hostile activities. He will make this call at the NATO ministerial meeting on Russia, held on March 24 as part of the two-day summit in Brussels. It is stated in the statement. The statement says this will be the first private conference of NATO ministers in more than a year.
Raab plans to tell allies about the "Russian threat" in detail.
The minister will talk about the explosive nature of the Russian invasion using new and destructive techniques to threaten democratic and open societies around the globe. This includes Russia's development of new ultra-modern missile systems capable of evading conventional air defense systems and state-supported cyber attacks. That critical target database is used to interfere with elections or to spread misinformation about the coronavirus, "the agency said.
Great Britain, As a leading force in defence and diplomacy, NATO has to extend full support as a military defence against threats from Russia, as well as a powerful, united political bulwark against Moscow's destabilizing activities," Raab emphasized ahead of the meeting.
The minister will also support the alliance's" open door "policy, which makes it possible to join NATO, including for countries facing Russian aggression, such as Ukraine and Georgia," the message says.
Rab has clarified the need for NATO to work with non-alliance partners like Japan, Finland, Australia, Sweden, and New Zealand.
From time to time, Western politicians make statements about the "Russian threat." In Moscow, we have repeatedly stressed that Russia will never attack any NATO country. According to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, NATO is well aware that Moscow has no plans to attack anyone but simply uses the excuse to deploy more equipment and battalions near the Russian borders. Moscow is talking about repeatedly building up coalition forces in Europe.
On March 16, the British government issued its defence and foreign policy, which stated that China was the major geopolitical threat to the world and promised to actively counter the "full-spectrum" of warnings from Russia. The Russian Foreign Ministry later said that Great Britain had taken an extra step towards destroying Russian-British relations, showing concern over London's confrontational philosophy. Kremlin called on the part of the Russian federation a short-term threat, in which Britain explained the composition of war weapons. They added that Russia was not and is not someone's enemy, does not pose a threat.