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Russia will be designated as NATO's "main threat" in the alliance's new strategic concept

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, host of the NATO leaders’ meeting on June 29-30, said on Wednesday that in the new strategic concept, which will be adopted at the Madrid summit, Russia will move from strategic partner status to “main threat” “Of the alliance, as a result of the invasion of Ukraine, reports CNN. “If we look back to 2010, NATO’s strategic…
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UK government partners with orgy company

It turned out that the British government invested tens of thousands of pounds with the taxes of citizens in the company Killing Kittens, which organizes sex parties, as part of the support given to companies during the exit from the pandemic. In the UK, the government…
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Final declaration of the G7 summit published

Germanyhosted by the state of Bavaria Elmau PalaceThe final declaration of the G7 Summit held in Turkey has been published. G7 countries, Russia–Ukraine in Russia because of the war “heavy and immediate economic costs” announced that they would investigate the ban on transporting Russian oil sold above a certain price. In the statement, which indicates that the G7 will take more…
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Alaska: Cruise ship collided with an iceberg

“The situation was bad. “The ship stopped completely from the collision,” said passengers A shocking video taken by a terrified cruise ship passenger shows the ship colliding with an iceberg. It is a ship of the “Norwegian Cruise…
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Stoltenberg: Challenge to NATO or China interests NATO - Russia a security threat

What the Secretary General of the Alliance said China is a challenge to its values ​​and interests NATO and Alliance must take into account the security implications of Chinese investment in modern long-range weapons, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenbergwho spoke out of his teeth about Russia, describing it (Russia) once again as a security threat. Speaking at the start of the…
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Stoltenberg on Sweden and Finland's accession to NATO: "Allies are ready to ratify as soon as possible"

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on Wednesday (June 29th) before the second day of the NATO summit in Madrid that he expects a swift ratification of Sweden and Finland’s accession to the military alliance, The Guardian reports. “Leaders will make the historic decision to invite Finland and Sweden to become NATO members. This is based on the agreement reached between…
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