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Ukraine to become NATO member in the 'long-term': Stoltenberg

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"NATO allies have agreed that Ukraine will become a member of our alliance, but at the same time that is a long term perspective" says NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg during a visit to Helsinki. SOUNDBITE - ATTENTION, NO SOUND AT SOURCE DURING THE BEGINNING OF FIRST SHOT

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