Russia and NATO disagree on the crisis in Ukraine

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After a NATO-Russia summit held on Monday in Brussels, the Bloc’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the 28-nation military alliance and Russia “have profound disagreements on the crisis” in Ukraine. He remarked the NATO “strong support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity” and insisted that it would never “recognize Russia’s illegal and illegitimate annexation of Crimea.” NATO suspended cooperation with Russia in April 2014 over Moscow’s role in Ukraine. Formal talks resumed in April after an almost two-year break. Stoltenberg underlined that the new meeting “does not indicate a return to business as usual.”

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