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Countries along the alliance’s eastern flank, stretching from Estonia in the north to Bulgaria in the south, will meet at a summit in early November, an aide to Poland’s president said on Monday, in the first sign of concrete actions by eastern states to lobby for a larger Nato presence.
Poland has long argued for permanent bases on its territory, and Andrzej Duda, the new president, has made it a central focus of his term in office. But some western states such as Germany are opposed to the idea, fearful of antagonising Moscow and heightening the tension between Europe and Russia.................
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