Boris Johnson: NATO proved Putin was ‘spectacularly wrong’ about Ukraine

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Boris Johnson: NATO proved Putin was ‘spectacularly wrong’ about Ukraine. Boris Johnson delivers his full statement on the NATO, Commonwealth and G7 summits. The Prime Minister said he had the opportunity to work alongside 80 countries in the span of 7 days, adding it demonstrated the global reach of Britain’s diplomacy.

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