NATO equats Russia with global warming and terror
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, releasing his Annual Report for 2020, named the biggest threats facing the Alliance.
"Existing trends and tensions have accelerated; Russia’s destabilising behaviour, brutal forms of terrorism, sophisticated cyber-attacks, disruptive technologies, the rise of China and the security impacts of climate change," Stoltenberg said.
According to him, NATO fears are linked to the rise of authoritarian China and Russia's assertive and aggressive behavior.
The NATO Secretary General added that last year Russia did not respond positively to their invitations to convene new meetings in the NATO-Russia Council.