Slovakian President Andrej Kiska railed at the perceived Russian threat to the security architecture in Europe during his address at the 10th annual GLOBSEC Global Security Forum in Bratislava, Saturday, stating that Europe had to get rid of the "delusion" that EU security ends within its borders. The Slovakian leader claimed that the Russian reintegration of Crimea had "shaken the security architecture of Europe," adding that it ended the era of optimism that European borders wouldn't be changed by a military force in the twenty-first century, calling the situation "complex" and "a new reality." He went on to accuse Russia of breaking international laws, reviving Cold War rhetoric, revisiting history and openly spreading hateful propaganda, stating that the EU had to adapt, including the increase of military spending on its southern borders.
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