OREANDA-NEWS. The official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova, commenting on the statements of the NATO Secretary General for Russia, advised to address the gaps in the alliance countries.

"Problems in NATO countries require urgent intervention: vaccination, crisis, human rights in NATO countries," said a Foreign Ministry spokeswoman.

"When you solve your problems, we will immediately begin to study your experience. But only successful experience," added Zakharova.

NATO is concerned about Russia's "aggressive actions", said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.

As Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said following a two-day meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the alliance, NATO in response to Russia's actions carried out a major strengthening of collective defense and remains committed to a combined approach towards Russia, combining deterrence with openness to dialogue.

Jens Stoltenberg said: “In response to Russia's actions, NATO has implemented the largest collective defense enhancement ever. We have advanced in hybrid and cyber defense ... We will also continue to work with the EU and our partners to make sure we respond together to Russia's actions. The Allies agree. that we must continue to pursue and adapt the concept of deterrence and defense. Our combined approach combines strong deterrence and defense with an openness to dialogue. "

Stoltenberg also added that the Allies remain committed to strengthening arms control.