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NATO Summit – Madrid: Germany to Stick to Russia-NATO Founding Act, Foreign Minister Says


Germany will stick to the Russia-NATO Founding Act, Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said on Wednesday. “We have a new strategic concept here at the NATO summit that we will adopt,” she told ZDF television ahead of the NATO summit in Madrid. “We are facing this new bitter reality that we need to be capable now of protecting ourselves from Russia, if it happens.” “Yet, we have always made it clear that as the Federal Government of Germany we, for one, would not like to have the Russia-NATO Founding Act denounced,” she added. “We can guarantee that peace will be restored…

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