Vladimir Putin slams AUKUS pact as ‘aggressive’ | 7NEWS

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7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Vladimir Putin slams AUKUS pact as ‘aggressive’ | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

Vladimir Putin is accusing the United States and Australia of fanning tensions in the Asia-Pacific, slamming the AUKUS security pact as ‘aggressive’.

It’s a narrative the Russian president is keen to push as Moscow faces further setbacks in Ukraine.

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