The head of the Czech General Staff, elected as the next chairman of the NATO Military Committee--the principal military adviser to the secretary general of NATO (and as the first East European in that position), Petr Pavel stated that NATO has “SLIGHTLY” failed to communicate that it doesn't see Russia as an enemy “in principle,” which it does.
Pavel also accused Russia of wanting "to create some sort of buffer between themselves and NATO." Apparently, in its Drang nach Osten, NATO no longer wants to have or recognize any buffer in-between Russia and Eastern Europe redefined now by NATO as NATO's "frontline states."
Pavel also stated there is a need to "solve the Islamic State threat before it becomes uncontrollable,” thus implying that, as of now or hitherto, ISIS has been somehow controllable.
Whenever you want to improve your PR, hire a Czech as your spokesman. Success is all but guaranteed.