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Britain throws weight behind NATO as bulwark against Russia

Britain throws weight behind NATO as bulwark against Russia

24/3/2021 2:19:00 AM

Britain throws weight behind NATO as bulwark against Russia

British foreign minister Dominic Raab will throw his support behind NATO as 'a strong, united, political bulwark against Moscow's de-stabilising ...

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LONDON: British foreign minister Dominic Raab will throw his support behind NATO as"a strong, united, political bulwark against Moscow's de-stabilising activities", rallying allies to thwart what he said was the threat posed by Russia.Attending a meeting of the US-led military alliance on Wednesday (Mar 24), Raab will underline Britain's assessment that Russia poses the"most acute threat" as set out in a document laying out its post-Brexit foreign priorities last week.

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"The UK, as a leading defence and diplomatic power, fully backs NATO as a strong military deterrent to the threats from Russia but also as a strong, united, political bulwark against Moscow’s de-stabilising activities," Raab said in a statement before the meeting.

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