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BRUSSELS (AP) — Poland’s president says the debates over NATO spending that US President Donald Trump ignited are paying off for countries like his on the alliance’s eastern flank because they have led to more defense spending by allies.
President Andrzej Duda played down the severity of divisions between Trump and other NATO members at a two-day summit in Brussels, saying the important thing for Poland is that new commitments have been made to secure the region that lies close to Russia.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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