“We must use every opportunity for dialogue with Russia.

NATO countries demand transparency with regard to the movement of Russian troops.

If the territorial integrity of Ukraine is violated, then serious political and economic consequences may come for Russia, ”the German minister said.

Earlier, Secretary General of the North Atlantic Alliance Jens Stoltenberg said about the vital importance of NATO's dialogue with Russia.

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko expressed the opinion that in order to restore a normal dialogue, fundamental shifts in NATO itself in the Russian direction should take place.

As the deputy minister stressed, a signal was sent to Moscow that the Russian mission to NATO would not have a normal diplomatic life.

According to Dmitry Rogozin, who was previously Russia's Permanent Representative to NATO, the rhetoric of the “NATO bureaucrats” towards Russia has changed a lot in recent years: the alliance has begun to be rude and accustom others to an aggressive tone.