Russia is not intending to attack the North Atlantic Alliance, US Permanent Representative to NATO Douglas Lute has said. Information from the ABC interview was published in TASS News.

"I don't believe that anyone in Russia today intends to attack NATO," the US diplomat told ABC broadcaster in an interview. "But that doesn't mean that we don't have a responsibility to reassure allies like Estonia who are frontline allies, that is they have a land border with Russia or allies who are potentially susceptible to cyber attack or misinformation campaigns and so forth."

The US envoy repeated a range of traditional propaganda rubber stamps, also accusing Russia of becoming "a source of instability and uncertainty, of unpredictability for the NATO alliance."

Commenting on the plans to hold the meeting of the NATO-Russia Council at the level of ambassadors in Brussels on Monday, the first one since July, Lute said the issue of cyber security is not "an immediate agenda item."

"I imagine that more than one ally, however, will bring up with our Russian counterpart this pattern of malign influence that is seen not only in the United States by way of this DNC hacking experience but across other democracies in the alliance," he said.

DONi News Agency

According to: TASS News

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