Russia's Putin signs new military doctrine | Reuters
Dec 26 (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a new military doctrine, the Kremlin said in a statement on Friday.
The new military doctrine says the main external risks for the country are the expansion of NATO's military capabilities and destabilisation in several regions, RIA news agency reported. The doctrine also says the main internal risks are activities to destabilize situation in the country and the activities of terrorists, it added.
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Putin Russian military doctrine
Russia has adopted an updated version of its military doctrine, which reflects the emergence of new threats against its national security. NATO military buildup and American Prompt Global Strike concept are listed among them.
The new doctrine was approved on Friday by President Vladimir Putin. Its core remains unchanged from the previous version. The Russian military remains a defensive tool which the country pledges to use only as a last resort.