Russia in NATO

  laurie53 08:08 04 Apr 2008

According to the Teletext service Vladimir Putin is a NATO leader

click here

Well well. Whatever next?

  ventanas 08:58 04 Apr 2008

One day perhaps. I suppose stranger things have happened.

  sunny staines 10:14 04 Apr 2008

work with then as an equal partner to win their trust. you then have a strong alliance against the extremist moslem threat of iran & co

  Woolwell 11:00 04 Apr 2008

laurie53 - tongue in cheek I presume.

Badly written article - Nato leaders including Gordon Brown (ie he is one of the Nato leaders) and the Russian President are meeting. Russia is not part of NATO.

  spuds 12:42 04 Apr 2008

If Russian tycoons can buy football clubs, why can't Russian leaders join the elite brigade!.

  laurie53 16:40 04 Apr 2008

"Russia is not part of NATO."

Thanks for telling me that.

Perhaps they should be persuaded to join, after all, like NATO they've made a pig's ear of Afghanistan, as has everyone who's tried to "pacify" it, since before Ghengis Khan.

  johndrew 16:45 04 Apr 2008

`Ghengis Khan`

When did he join NATO? ;-)

  Earthsea 17:09 04 Apr 2008

Shows how ambiguity can result in a sentence what's written badly.

  Earthsea 17:12 04 Apr 2008

This is interesting click here

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