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Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine want stronger sanctions against Russia

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Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine want stronger sanctions against Russia

Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine want stronger sanctions against Russia

US intelligence officials say Russia has amassed 70,000 troops near its border with Ukraine and is preparing for a possible invasion early next year.

Moscow has denied any intention to attack.


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