NATO agrees on measures to counter Russia

As NATO marks its 70th anniversary this week, the alliance has stated that one of its main challenges is the threat from a more assertive Russia. At a meeting in Washington, NATO members approved measures, including increased naval cooperation with Georgia and Ukraine, to counter Russian aggression in the Black Sea region. 

The NATO ministers also renewed demands for Russia to reverse its annexation of Crimea and respect the INF missile treaty.

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