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Nato faces tough choices no matter how Ukraine war evolves

Ukraine soldiers inspecting the rubble of a destroyed apartment building in Kyiv, Ukraine, on March 15, 2022. PHOTO: AFP
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LONDON - Nato, the US-led military alliance in Europe, has announced plans to hold an emergency summit next week with the participation of President Joe Biden and his European counterparts to discuss the latest developments in the Ukraine War.

Nato defence ministers are gathering in Brussels on Wednesday (March 16) to lay the ground for next week’s summit.

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