Western leaders pledge continued commitment to Ukraine

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Western leaders have used the NATO conference to set out their continued commitment to help Ukraine.

Boris Johnson announced that UK defence spending will rise to 2.5 per cent of GDP by the end of the decade, while President Biden revealed plans to strengthen America’s military presence in the region.

Meanwhile, Russia’s foreign minister said that an “Iron Curtain” is coming down between Russia and the West.

Sky’s Security and Defence Editor Deborah Haynes reports.

#Ukraine #NATO #borisjohnson

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