NATO says Russia using ‘winter as a weapon of war’ | ABC News

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Nato says russia using 'winter as a weapon of war' | abc news

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NATO General Secretary Jens Stoltenberg says Vladimir Putin is weaponising winter against Ukraine citizens in what he called a desperate response to “failure” on the battlefield.

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