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Kremlin dismisses Western warnings of Ukraine border troop buildup

By DW
16 November 2021   |   10:23 am
"Russia doesn't threaten anyone," the government spokesperson has said in a bid to calm concerns raised by Ukraine, the European Union and the US.

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