NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg delivers a speech at an event hosted by the German Marshall Fund in Brussels, on October 28, 2014. AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel Dunand
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Only a strong Western security alliance can negotiate better ties with Russia, NATO's new secretary general said Tuesday.Jens Stoltenberg said his experience as Norway's prime minister was that robust defense capabilities and a solid trans-Atlantic bond were fundamental requirements in order to bring about constructive relations with Russia.In his first policy speech since taking office Oct. 1, Stoltenberg said there was no contradiction between wanting to keep NATO strong and continuing efforts to engage with the government of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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