NATO Secretary General Anders Rasmussen in Brussels on Wednesday said the alliance is increasing military patrols in Eastern Europe following Russian interference in Ukraine.
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"Our decisions today are about defense, deterrence, and de-escalation," Rasmussen said in a statement on the NATO website. "NATO will protect every ally and defend against any threat against our fundamental security."
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