US State Secretary Blinken voices support for Ukraine over ‘Russian provocative acts’ on border

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    While US Secretary of state Anthony Blinken is in Brussels for NATO talks, the G7 group has been calling on Russia do de-escalate tension in Ukraine and put an end to troop build-up on the border. NATO is concerned about large-scale movements which could unfold in full-scale conflict. Blinken has voiced Washinton’s support for Ukraine in face of “provocative acts” by Russia.

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