NATO Summit Declaration

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
NATO Summit Declaration

by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)

Following day-one of July 11 and 12 summit talks in Brussels, NATO issued a declaration, signed by all member state leaders, including Trump and Turkey's Erdogan.

It's unacceptably hostile to Russia – falsely "accusing us of provocative activities and…gnashing its teeth," according to its Foreign Ministry.

The lengthy declaration, prepared ahead of the summit, falsely accused Russia of occupying Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova. It turned truth on its head claiming Moscow "illegitimate(ly) annex(ed) Crimea." A further litany of Big Lies about Russia followed.

The summit declaration criticized Moscow's legitimate defensive military activities in its own territory, threatening no one – unlike US-dominated NATO, threatening world peace and stability, waging endless wars of aggression against sovereign nations.

The declaration
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