EUOBSERVER / BRUSSELS – Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Sunday (29 November) tabled a draft "European security treaty" aimed at overcoming the Cold War "legacy," but without acknowledging any of Moscow's military adventures in the past year.
Mr Medvedev had been pushing for a new treaty defining the European security architecture since more than a year, especially after the Russia-Georgia war broke out, prompting a freeze in Nato-Russian relations for over six months.
The pact would have signatory countries commit to Nato-like security pledges in case of an attack on one of its members and refrain from "any other actions significantly affecting the security of any other parties."
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Medvedev tables EU-Russia-US security pledge draft