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NATO identifies Russia as its biggest threat

NATO has declared Russia the “most significant and direct threat” to its members’ peace and security.

As NATO leaders meet in Madrid, chief Jens Stoltenberg says the alliance’s new strategic blueprint will label Russia a menace to their security as the bloc plans to revise its defences in response to the war on Ukraine.

The 30-member military described Russia that way in a statement at a summit in Madrid, in a declaration that underscores Moscow’s shift from strategic partner to threat.

NATO leaders promised to “step up political and practical support” to Ukraine as it fights Russia’s invasion.


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