Offer from Russia and Belarus for three experts to attend falls short of Kremlin’s obligations, says Nato secretary general

Russia has been accused by the head of Nato of blocking the alliance from properly observing next week’s Zapad military exercises, when about 100,000 Russian troops are expected to mobilise on the EU’s eastern borders.

Jens Stoltenberg, Nato’s secretary general, said an offer from Russia and Belarus for three of their experts to attend some aspects of the huge exercise fell short of the Kremlin’s international obligations.

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