Russia accuses NATO of fanning anti-Russian hysteria before summit

By REUTERS
June 15, 2016 16:47

 
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Russia's Defense Ministry on Wednesday accused NATO of fanning anti-Russian hysteria before the alliance's summit next month, rejecting criticism that snap drills to test combat readiness undermined stability.

"It is obvious that the genuine aim of such statements about Russia's military threat is to deliberately whip up panic and maintain the image of a treacherous enemy in order to secure colossal military budgets," Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said in a statement.

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