Russian President Putin Seeks ‘Concrete Agreements’ Against NATO Expansion

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Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday said he wanted “concrete agreements” from NATO that it would not expand eastwards, as tensions rise over Russian troops near the Ukrainian border.

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