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Arctic should remain an area of cooperation, not conflict, says MEP

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Arctic should remain an area of cooperation, not conflict, says MEP

Arctic should remain an area of cooperation, not conflict, says MEP

Global players, including the EU, are turning their attention to the Arctic, as climate change has made the region more accessible.


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