Russian Foreign Ministry: NATO Has the Psychology of a “Besieged Fortress”

NATO Headquarters

The Russian Foreign Ministry intends to conduct an in-depth study of the results of the NATO summit, but it is already clear that the Alliance is showing the psychology of a “besieged fortress.”, said the Deputy Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation Alexander Grushko.

According to the senior diplomat, NATO countries see “threats from all sides.”

In an interview with Interfax, Alexander Grushko noted that the Alliance also has a “clear problem with cause-and-effect relationships.”

The deputy minister recommended, that “NATO looks in the mirror” before expressing its expectations from the actions of other countries.