RFE/RL: After contentious start, NATO summit focuses on Afghanistan, Black Sea security

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NATO leaders are hoping for a less confrontational tone on the final day of their summit in Brussels, a day after U.S. President Donald Trump accused Germany of being “captive” to Russia for energy and demanded that alliance members double their commitments on defense spending.

Key sessions on July 12 are focusing on the war in Afghanistan, as well as security in the Black Sea region following increasingly aggressive actions by Russia — including the war in eastern Ukraine between the Kyiv government’s forces and Russia-backed separatists.

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