Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, commented on the fate of the Russia-NATO Founding Act of 1997 with words from the novel The Golden Calf by Ilya Ilf and Yevgeny Petrov. He wrote about this in his Telegram.
According to him, the alliance’s statement that it is not bound by an agreement with Russia means that “it is possible to drag nuclear weapons into the territory of new countries” of NATO.
“Now address the question of the application of the Act directly to the World League for Sexual Reforms, as the unforgettable Ostap Suleiman Ibrahim Berta Maria Bender Bey advised,” this is how Medvedev reacted to NATO’s desire to withdraw from the agreement with Russia.
Earlier it became known that the North Atlantic Alliance refuses to comply with the provisions of the Russia-NATO Founding Act of 1997. According to the chairman of the NATO Military Committee, Rob Bauer, the treaty “will not constrain” the alliance in the implementation of its plans.