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French President says he stands by his statement on NATO

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London [UK], Dec 3 (ANI): French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday that he stood by his recent statement on NATO where he described the long-time coalition as suffering from "brain death" in part due to lack of United States' leadership under President Donald Trump.
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