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Merkel says maintaining NATO is of utmost importance to German interests

Reuters Wednesday, 27 November 2019
Maintaining the NATO defense alliance is of utmost importance to Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday after French President Emmanuel Macron said NATO was "experiencing brain death".
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