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NATO to give more support to Ukraine on nuclear, chemical threats

Russia nuclear threat reduced by international pressure: Scholz
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NATO leaders are set to agree extra support for Ukraine to deal with chemical and nuclear threats as it battles Russia’s invading forces, alliance chief Jens Stoltenberg said Wednesday.

“Tomorrow, I expect allies will agree to provide additional support, including cybersecurity assistance as well as equipment to help Ukraine protect against chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats,” Stoltenberg said ahead of an urgent NATO summit in Brussels Thursday.

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