From Interfax: The volcanic cloud, which has interrupted air traffic in Europe, will not lead to the cancellation of the next meeting of the Russia-NATO Council, which will be held in Brussels on April 20, Russian envoy to NATO Dmitry Rogozin told Interfax.
"Yury Baluyevsky, deputy secretary of the Russian Security Council and former head of the General Staff, will not be able to fly to Brussels, but will take part in the meeting via a televised linkup," Rogozin said.
Rogozin specified that the televised linkup will be closed to the press. "The meeting will address Russia’s military doctrine, which interests our colleagues in NATO," Rogozin said. (graphic: NATO)