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NATO troops arrive in Romania as Ukraine crisis heats up

By DW
27 February 2022   |   12:42 pm
US military personnel have arrived in Romania ahead of a deployment of NATO troops expected in the country. Romania, a NATO member since 2004, borders Ukraine to the north.

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