NATO Foreign Ministers discuss Russia and Ukraine, Belarus, arms control
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Tuesday (30 November 2021) called on Moscow to be transparent, de-escalate and reduce tensions, following Russia's military build-up near Ukraine.<!IoRangePreExecute>
''Any future Russian aggression against Ukraine would come at a high price and have serious political and economic consequences for Russia,'' Mr Stoltenberg said, following the first day of a meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers in Riga. The Secretary General said ministers also addressed Belarus' hybrid campaign against Allies, as well as NATO’s leading role in arms control.
Read the Secretary General's remarks here.