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Ukraine war

NATO bolsters support for Ukraine, warns China not to aid Russia

Military assistance falls below Zelenskyy's pleas for more

Leaders of NATO member states pose for a photo at the alliance's Brussels headquarters on March 24. (Pool via Reuters)   © Reuters

BRUSSELS (Reuters) -- NATO promised Kyiv new military support and assigned more troops to its eastern flank while London and Washington imposed fresh sanctions on Moscow during a trio of summits on Thursday aimed at showing Western unity against Russia's war in Ukraine.

NATO leaders meeting in Brussels agreed to help Ukraine protect itself against any chemical, biological or nuclear attacks, and a U.S. official said Washington and allies were also working to provide Kyiv with anti-ship missiles.

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