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Putin says NATO creating ‘imaginary Russian threat’ to intimidate their own populations

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Moscow: NATO is creating an imaginary Russian threat to intimidate their own populations, Russian President Vladimir Putin said.

“They’re trying to intimidate their own populations with an imaginary Russian threat. This is an obvious fact,” Putin said, released on Thursday.

Russia has no interest in other countries, including in Poland and Latvia, Putin said.

Russia could only send troops to Poland if Poland first attacked Russia, Putin added.

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