NATO summit was positive from the point of view of Poland’s interests as it confirmed the anonymous position of the partner countries on Russia. This was stated by the head of National Security Bureau of Poland Pawel Soloch in his interview for wpolityce.pl upon the NATO summit in Brussels.
“NATO will continue its policy of discouraging Russia's aggressive actions,” Soloch stressed.
He noted that NATO summit began with the opening of two memorials dedicated to the fall of the Berlin Wall and the tragedy of September 11 - the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 in New York. Soloch called it a symbolic step, which confirms that the Alliance's focus is on “the threat from the East and the terrorist threat.”
Earlier it was reported that Ukraine gives NATO information on Russia’s ties with ISIS. Ukrainian delegation also informed of Russia’s contacts with Taliban, Hamas and other terrorist organizations.