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The role of NATO in ensuring safety energy and protection of infrastructure energy

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The problems of the European Union's energy policy strategic vision of the community energy. The decisive factor is the reduction of the dependence of countries on supplies raw materials from Russia. Because allies' positions on Russia's policy are not consist, we often observe an annoying lack of solidarity on common issues energy security. As an important participant in the energy raw materials market Russia is contributing to the stability of Europe through the disruption of its community using conflicting interests. These goals are achieved by breaking legal systems and norms international, let alone the basic principles of coexistence.
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  • The Institute of Social Sciences and Security, Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, 2 Konarskiego Str., 08-110 Siedlce, Poland
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