Putin's 'Real War' threat makes West jittery; 'NATO not party in Ukraine war...' | Watch

Another indication of NATO's dual game over Russia-Ukraine war is out in open. The bloc’s chief, Jens Stoltenberg, in an interview with Germany’s 'Die Welt' newspaper, says that NATO is neither a party to the conflict in Ukraine nor wants to be one. He also justified the NATO troop deployment by saying, there is always the risk of escalation so it’s crucial to boost the bloc’s military presence on its eastern flank. On January 24, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that Moscow and the west are on the brink of a 'real war.' Watch this report for more.

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