‘The bottom line is Putin has to fail… NATO has to ensure that happens’ says Penny Mordaunt MP

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‘The bottom line is Putin has to fail… NATO has to ensure that happens’

Former Secretary of State for Defence, Penny Mordaunt MP, discusses how NATO is helping Ukraine while trying to not escalate conflict with Putin.

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