Bilingual dictionary to help Russia and NATO find common language

NATO and Russia have presented their first-ever joint venture: a Russian-English dictionary.

The glossary contains some 14,000 terms relating to the main areas of cooperation between Russia and the alliance.

None of the Russian terms, however, have been given official status, because that would require unanimous approval by all 28 NATO members.

The full version of the book will be shown to the public on September 5.

The authors are hoping the publication will help the two sides find a common language.

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