Munich speech of Vladimir Putin

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The Munich speech of Vladimir Putin was a speech by Russian leader Vladimir Putin given in Germany on 10 February 2007 at the Munich Security Conference.wikipedia
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Vladimir Putin

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The Munich speech of Vladimir Putin was a speech by Russian leader Vladimir Putin given in Germany on 10 February 2007 at the Munich Security Conference.
This came to be known as the Munich Speech, and former NATO secretary Jaap de Hoop Scheffer called the speech "disappointing and not helpful."

Valdai speech of Vladimir Putin

Many analysts considered it a follow-up to Putin's 2007 Munich speech, where he began to outline his views on world order.

Munich Security Conference

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The Munich speech of Vladimir Putin was a speech by Russian leader Vladimir Putin given in Germany on 10 February 2007 at the Munich Security Conference.

Russia–NATO relations

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It is considered to be the first milestone of the Russia–NATO confrontation, which is still ongoing.

Jaap de Hoop Scheffer

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In response, former NATO secretary Jaap de Hoop Scheffer called it, "disappointing and not helpful."

Cold War

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The months following the Munich speech were marked by tension and a surge in rhetoric on both sides of the Atlantic, though both Russian and American officials, however, denied the idea of a new Cold War.

NATO missile defence system

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Putin publicly opposed plans for the U.S. missile shield in Europe, and presented President George W. Bush with a counter proposal on 7 June 2007 which was declined.

George W. Bush

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Putin publicly opposed plans for the U.S. missile shield in Europe, and presented President George W. Bush with a counter proposal on 7 June 2007 which was declined.

Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe

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Russia suspended its participation in the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe on 11 December 2007 because:

Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty

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In February 2007, the Russian president Vladimir Putin gave a speech at the Munich Security Conference in which he said the INF Treaty should be revisited to ensure security, as it only restricted Russia and the US but not other countries.