Biden proposes summit with Putin after Russia calls U.S. ‘adversary’ over Ukraine

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U.S. President Joe Biden has proposed a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin after Moscow called the U.S. an adversary over Ukraine. NATO has called on Russia to end what it terms the “unjustified” build-up of military forces around Ukraine. The Kremlin retorted that it had sent troops for combat drills because of “threats” from the transatlantic alliance.

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