NATO says Catalonia issue domestic matter to be resolved by Spain

By REUTERS
October 27, 2017 18:33
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BRUSSELS - Spain remains an important NATO ally and Catalonia is a domestic issue that should be resolved by the Spanish institutional framework, a NATO official said on Friday.

Asked about the Catalan parliament's declaration of independence, a NATO official said: "Spain is a committed ally, which makes important contributions to our shared security. The Catalonia issue is a domestic matter which should be resolved within Spain's constitutional order."

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