NATO's Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg expressed "deep concern" over Russia's military intervention in Syria at the organisation's headquarters in Brussels, Tuesday. Stoltenberg spoke in particular of Russian aircraft entering NATO-member Turkey's airspace, an incident confirmed by the Russian Defence Ministry which was the result of "adverse weather conditions," according to Major-General Igor Konashenkov. He added that "due to bad weather conditions the landing approach to the airfield could only be carried out from the north." Stoltenberg stated that "Russia must de-conflict its military activities in Syria." He further accused Russia of allegedly "not targeting ISIL but instead attacking the Syrian opposition and civilians." Stoltenberg also spoke of the "fragile" situation in Ukraine and praised the Normandy Format in Paris for "fully implementing the Minsk agreements" in order to help stabilise the region.
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