Ex-NATO Ambassador Joachim Bitterlich on Ukraine • FRANCE 24 English

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Former German #NATO Ambassador Joachim Bitterlich speaks to François Picard on the escalating situation in #Ukraine. He says that the status-quo which persisted between the #US and #Russia over eastern #Europe may no longer hold, and that NATO may have “crossed the red line” with regards Russian interests. Despite this, he is hopeful that compromise is possible.

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