There is no evidence that Russian government agencies were involved in the incident (A Georgian citizen was killed on August 23 in Berlin, Germany).
NATO’s newest belief is that Russia is a country that poses a threat to its members. NATO lost the legitimacy of its existence with the end of the Cold War.
This disinformation message is aimed at undermining the image of NATO.
The organization implements the North Atlantic Treaty that was signed on 4 April 1949, which has no mention of Russia or the USSR.
Since the end of the Cold War, thirteen more countries have chosen to join NATO. Twice since the end of that era, NATO has adopted new Strategic Concepts (in 1999 and 2010), adapting to new realities.
During the Warsaw summit in July 2016, NATO has made it clear that "The Alliance does not seek confrontation and poses no threat to Russia".
Furthermore, following Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea and amid emerging security challenges in the Middle East and North Africa in 2014, NATO leaders at the Wales Summit adopted the Readiness Action Plan, a comprehensive package of enhanced collective defence and deterrent measures designed to ensure the transatlantic alliance could respond swiftly and firmly to changes in its security environment.