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NATO to Russia: Stop 'Illegal' Ukraine Operationsi
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Jeff Custer
August 29, 2014 3:35 PM
NATO condemns what it calls Russian efforts to destabilize Ukraine, charges Moscow dismisses as 'conjecture.' VOA's Jeff Custer reports.

NATO to Russia: Stop 'Illegal' Ukraine Operations

Jeff Custer

Published August 29, 2014

NATO condemns what it calls Russian efforts to destabilize Ukraine, charges Moscow dismisses as 'conjecture.' VOA's Jeff Custer reports.


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by: Mike from: EU
August 29, 2014 2:53 PM
Russia is not able to understand what was said .Agenda is take back Europes East, Alaska is long term target, and Nato talks, sanctions and other kindergarden stuff only shows weakness of Nato and EU. Russia dont see any force which could stop her. Nato,EU ?? Are you kidding?? These are disfunctional units not capable to do anything-waste of money and time. That is reality.