“In general, we expect that the decisions of the Warsaw summit will be something more than just an addition to the decisions made in Newport. If we are talking about an increase in NATO’s military presence in the countries of the eastern flank of the alliance, including Poland, we expect that a certain direction will be outlined after the meeting of defense ministers of NATO member countries in February. The second question is the final definition of the relationship between NATO and Russia. ”- said the head of the Bureau.
He noted that "the interaction of the alliance with Moscow has sharply decreased after the start of the conflict in Ukraine, and also that the status of these relations cannot be raised to the previous level until the conflict is resolved in Ukraine."
Solokh added that Warsaw plans to "hold a meeting of the Ukraine-NATO Council," at which Kiev will be made a "proposal for cooperation, similar to what was previously announced by Georgia."