Kremlin says NATO's spending plans confirm its fears about the alliance

Reuters Wednesday, 4 December 2019
The Kremlin said on Wednesday that reports that NATO planned to increase its defense spending showed Moscow was right to be concerned over what it said was the military alliance's eastward expansion and policy of trying to contain Russia.

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