World leaders met in Brussels, for not one, but three summits: G-7, European Council and NATO.
The topic for these urgent meetings, of course, is the conflict in Ukraine. New sanctions were announced against Russia and the deployment of forces to Eastern Europe.
Linda Kennedy has details from Brussels.
- Pieter Cleppe is editor-in-chief of BrusselsReport.eu and an analyst on European politics.
- Cecile Shea is Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs.
- David Speedie is board member of the American Committee for US-Russia Accord.
- Anton Fedyashin is a Russian analyst and history professor at American University.
Nato leaders agree to upgrade weapons supply to Ukraine https://t.co/Fm7SZQH9Dn
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With war next door, Finland, Sweden train with NATO.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has shifted public opinion in the two Nordic nations. For the first time, a majority of Swedes and Finns have come out in favour of joining NATO, according to opinion pollshttps://t.co/dFCE4z8cp6 pic.twitter.com/xT1Q5vvaaA
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