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PM calls on NATO members to 'dig deep' and warns Putin alliance is becoming more dominant

Sky News Wednesday, 29 June 2022
Boris Johnson is expected to tell NATO members to "dig deep" and prepare for a more dangerous decade with increased threats.
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News video: Finland and Sweden Are Officially Invited To Join NATO

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Finland and Sweden , Are Officially Invited , To Join NATO. On June 29, NATO formally invited Finland and Sweden to officially join the international alliance. . On June 29, NATO formally invited Finland and Sweden to officially join the international alliance. . 'Forbes' reports that the...

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