Turkey-Russia tensions high on agenda for NATO

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NATO foreign ministers have opened a two-day meeting in Brussels. They are discussing support for Turkey and whether to invite Montenegro to become a member.

Ministers agreed to keep NATO’s 12,000 troops in place until the end of next year, when the organization’s commitment to Afghanistan will be reviewed.

CCTV America’s Jack Barton reports.

Turkey-Russia tensions high on agenda for NATO

Turkey-Russia tensions high on agenda for NATO

NATO foreign ministers have opened a two-day meeting in Brussels. They are discussing support for Turkey and whether to invite Montenegro to become a member. Ministers agreed to keep NATO's 12,000 troops in place until the end of next year, when the organization's commitment to Afghanistan will be reviewed. CCTV America's Jack Barton reports.
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