Russia says NATO applies "cold war" standards

By REUTERS
March 5, 2014 21:05

 
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BRUSSELS - Russia's envoy to NATO accused the alliance of applying double standards and "Cold War" stereotypes to Russia after NATO announced a review of all cooperation with Moscow over tensions in Ukraine.

"This meeting proved that NATO still has a double standard policy. And Cold War stereotypes are still applied towards Russia," Alexander Grushko told reporters after a meeting of NATO and Russian officials to discuss Ukraine on Wednesday.

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