November 1 or it could take a few more days,

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Monday that Moscow was suspending its mission to NATO and was also closing the Western military bloc’s liaison mission in a new diplomatic row.

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“We are suspending the work of our official mission to NATO, including the work of our military representative from November 1 or it could take a few more days,” Lavrov told reporters, adding that Russia was also shutting down the alliance’s liaison mission in Moscow.

 

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