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Britain and France urged NATO to respond quickly to Russian threats
21:45, 18 February 2017
Britain and France urged NATO to respond quickly to Russian threats

In turn, Turkey has accused NATO of not fulfilling its obligations

21:45, 18 February 2017

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British Defense Minister Michael Fallon accused NATO in the fact that alliance is too slow on the prevention of Russian hacker attacks, reports Sky News.

He said that NATO "is not well prepared."

"NATO does not respond to cyber threats quickly enough," - he said.

The head of the French Ministry of Defense Jean-Yves Le Drian said that Russia must comply with the INF Treaty.He said this on the night plenary session at the Munich Security Conference.

According to him, otherwise, NATO should respond as quickly as possible.

"This agreement should be observed. If it is not respected, we have to react as quickly as possible", the minister said.

Minister of National Defence of Turkey Fikri Isik said that NATO is not performing adequately its obligations in the south-east direction.

"NATO has not yet fulfilled its obligations on the south-eastern flank, where, in particular, Turkey is. We hope that this will change in the near future", he said.

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