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NATO’s Stoltenberg acknowledges ‘different views’ on Syria

By DW
24 November 2019   |   12:19 pm
The military alliance has concluded a meeting focused in large part on the conflict in Syria and the security situation in Afghanistan after elections. Jens Stoltenberg also announced new security standards for 5G.

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