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Russia, NATO expect to resume military cooperation - Rogozin


BRUSSELS, June 19 (RIA Novosti) - Russia and NATO hope to resume military cooperation after high-level talks in Greece later this month, Russia's NATO envoy said Friday.

"All the delegations hope a decision will be made to resume military cooperation," Dmitry Rogozin said after a Russia-NATO Council meeting in Brussels.

The foreign ministers of NATO member countries and Russia will meet in Corfu, Greece, on June 27, the first high-level talks since last August's war between Russia and Georgia, after which contacts were frozen.

Russia and NATO had planned to hold the meeting in May, but Moscow delayed it after the military alliance expelled two Russian diplomats over a spying scandal. Moscow also strongly criticized NATO-led military exercises in Georgia last month.

The Russian-NATO Corfu meeting will take place ahead of a session of foreign ministers of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) on the island.

NATO and Russia have recently taken measures to step up cooperation on international security, including cargo supplies to Afghanistan and anti-piracy efforts in the Gulf of Aden.

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