‘Fundamental decisions’ need to be made over Putin and the war in Ukraine | Sir Christopher Meyer

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GBNews published this video item, entitled “‘Fundamental decisions’ need to be made over Putin and the war in Ukraine | Sir Christopher Meyer” – below is their description.

‘We’ve got to prepare for the possibility that this could last almost a decade.’

Former British Ambassador to the US and Germany, Sir Christopher Meyer, joins Alastair Stewart to discuss the ‘fundamental decisions’ that need to be made concerning the war in Ukraine.

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