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NATO threatens Moscow with sanctions if Russian troops invade Ukraine

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NATO threatens Moscow with sanctions if Russian troops invade Ukraine

NATO threatens Moscow with sanctions if Russian troops invade Ukraine

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken threatened Moscow with 'high-impact economic measures' if President Vladimir Putin attacked Ukraine.


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