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NATO schedules a special meeting with Russia amid the Ukraine crisis.

The Russia-NATO Council will meet on January 12 to discuss European security and the situation around Ukraine, said NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg. The council meeting, a format used for dialogue since 2002, will take place in Brussels on Jan. 12 after U.S. and Russian officials hold security talks on Jan. 10 in Geneva. Yesterday, the European Union’s top diplomat Josep Borrell flew to Ukraine for a two-day trip to show support for Kyiv, which aspires to join the bloc and NATO.

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