Kerry says NATO territory inviolable - 'We will defend every inch'

By REUTERS
April 29, 2014 21:08

 
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US Secretary of State John Kerry warned Russia on Tuesday that NATO territory was inviolable and the alliance would defend every inch (cm) of it.

"Today Russia seeks to change the security landscape of Eastern and Central Europe," Kerry said in a speech in Washington.

"We have to make it absolutely clear to the Kremlin that NATO territory is inviolable we will defend every single inch of it."

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