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NATO Boosts Forces in East Amid Chemical Incidents Warning

  • G-7 plans to warn Moscow on using chemical, nuclear material
  • Russia suffering casualties, economic pain after month of war
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NATO agreed to boost its deployments in the eastern portion of the defense alliance, doubling the number of battle groups to eight, as the U.S. said it is working with NATO to prepare for possible chemical or even nuclear incidents by Russia.

NATO implored China not to provide economic or military support to Moscow, as the world’s leading developed nations warned President Vladimir Putin against deploying chemical weapons amid his stalled invasion of Ukraine.