‘Ukraine Will Win This War,’ Says Top Czech Envoy

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'ukraine will win this war,' says top czech envoy

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Czech Foreign Minister Jan Lipavsky says NATO “cannot allow Putin to use winter as a weapon,” as member states meet amid intensified Russian attacks on Ukrainian energy. He speaks with Maria Tadeo on “Bloomberg Surveillance Early Edition.”

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