The Russian Foreign Ministry offered NATO to change priorities after the attacks in Paris


Russia hopes that the attacks in Paris will lead to changing NATO’s priorities in the fight against terrorism, said Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov. However, he didn’t specify how exactly NATO is to change their approach to combat terrorism.

“Events in Paris will probably put things in order and change the scale of priorities of our colleagues in Washington and other NATO capitals”, – said Ryabkov.

As a result of a series of attacks in Paris on November 13 129 people were killed, over 250 injured.

Responsibility for the attacks was claimed by the terrorist group “Islamic State”, saying that the attack was a revenge for France’s participation in the campaign against the ISIS in Syria.