Nato officials explore joint initiatives ahead of landmark alliance summit, which is to include President Medvedev
Simon Tisdall in Brussels
guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 26 October 2010
"Russia's military could be drawn back into the Afghanistan theatre for the first time since the Red Army was forcibly expelled by US-backed mujahideen fighters in 1989 under plans being discussed by Nato officials. The proposals precede a landmark alliance summit next month, to be attended by the Russian president, Dmitry Medvedev.
The officials said several joint Nato-Russian initiatives on Afghanistan were on the table......"