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Kremlin ‘closely watching’ NATO summit, will protect own security

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The Kremlin said on Tuesday it was following very closely the NATO summit in Vilnius and would make a “deep analysis” of the statements made by Western leaders and take measures to protect Russia’s own security.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov was speaking to reporters at a regular briefing.


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At the two-day NATO summit the 31 member states are expected to send a “positive message” to Ukraine over its prospects for eventual membership of the military alliance.

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