The source said chiefs of defense were going to talk about military-to-military partnership in the face of modern challenges.
The Russian delegation will be headed by Russia's General Staff Chief Col. Valery Gerasimov. The parties are expected to approve the 2013 military cooperation strategy.
The Russia-NATO Council session will be held in the framework of negotiations between NATO’s 28 member countries scheduled for 16-17 January, where the allies will tackle Kosovo, Afghanistan, collective security and modernization, as well as the so-called ‘Smart Defense’ project, which is expected to ensure military viability amid dwindling financial contributions to the sector.
Voice of Russia, RIA