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Berlin: German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday rejected French President Emmanuel Macron’s view that NATO was experiencing “brain death”, saying there was no need for such “sweeping judgements”.
Macron “used drastic words, that is not my view of cooperation in NATO,” said Merkel after talks with visiting chief of the transatlantic defence alliance Jens Stoltenberg. “I don’t think that such sweeping judgements are necessary, even if we have problems and need to pull together,” she added. (AFP)