Nato steps up plans to counter Russia’s ‘significant and direct threat’ | ITV News

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ITV News published this video item, entitled “Nato steps up plans to counter Russia’s ‘significant and direct threat’ | ITV News” – below is their description.

Nato has agreed a “fundamental shift” which will see it return to Cold War-style readiness to respond to the increased threat posed by Russia.

Boris Johnson said Vladimir Putin had been proved “completely wrong” about the strength of the defence alliance, which is set to expand to include Sweden and Finland after they ended decades of neutrality.

Leaders of the 30 Nato members gathered in Madrid to agree a new plan for the alliance in response to the invasion of Ukraine.

Read more here: https://www.itv.com/news/2022-06-29/nato-steps-up-plans-to-counter-russias-significant-and-direct-threat

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