In Lisbon at the Russian-NATO summit will not be a "second Bucharest" any more. The agenda is clear and no "unpleasant declarations" will be expected for Russian Federation, Dmitry Rogozin Russian Permanent Representative to NATO declared this.
"At this stage, we suggested to NATO for its own sake, for not to be deadlocked, not to make any surprises. We need to know beforehand what happen, we almost were ensured that on the NATO summit no unpleasant declarations will be made, "- Rogozin said.
He said that Russia did not wish to see again the second Bucharest in Lisbon. "In 2008 Putin risked own reputation taking the decision to attend the Russia-NATO summit. At the summit the decision for MAP for Ukraine and Georgian was to be decided, "- Rogosin said. He believes that inwardly Putin's attendance was a hindering factor for the not getting a MAP for Ukraine and Georgia.