More and more European states are declaring support for the Libyan rebels. We request to stop violating the U.N. Security Council resolution, especially its clause imposing an embargo on arms supplies to the conflict zoneRussia says NATO violates Libya resolution Apr 18, 2011
Obama simply said that matters needed to be made clear, that we are at the beginning of the road and that he is ready to discuss everything. We are completely in agreement about working together to neutralize the risk coming from regions south of EuropeNATO mulls missile cooperation with Russia Nov 29, 2010
The air-dropping of arms to (Libyan) rebels by French helicopters is the subject of our very complex talks with them (NATO states)NATO envoy: Russia won't arm Gadhafi Jul 19, 2011
We agree with that. But in reality, we can see something else for some reason -- we learned from the media about the possibility of bases emerging in Romania, possibly in Bulgaria, in Turkey. We read about sticking to (the plan for) missile defense configuration in Poland and the Czech Republic in some form or otherEnvoy: Briefing to detail U.S missile plan Feb 19, 2010
We are proceeding from the fact that it will be a question of a bilateral arrangement of Russia and the United States, not of Russia and NATORussian choppers again soon in Afghanistan Oct 29, 2010
Dmitry Olegovich Rogozin (Russian: Дми́трий Оле́гович Рого́зин; born 21 December 1963) is a well-known Russian diplomat and popular politician, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Russia. In January, 2008, he became Russia's ambassador to NATO. He was a leader of the Rodina (Motherland) party until it merged with other similar Russian parties to form the Fair Russia party. He speaks 4 languages and holds a doctor's degree.
On 18 February 2011 Russian President Dmitry Medvedev appointed Dmitry Rogozin as a Special Representative on anti-missile defence and negotions with NATO countries on this issue.
Dmitry Rogozin was born in Moscow in a family of a famous Soviet military scientist. He graduated from Moscow State University in 1986 with a degree in journalism and in 1988 graduated with another degree in economics. In 1996 he also got a PhD in philosophy.