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NATO congratulates Ukraine on winning the Eurovision Song Contest 2022. According to the alliance, this indicates the broad support and solidarity of the entire international community with a country that is defending itself from Russia. "This is not some flippant gesture. Yesterday everyone saw public support from all over Europe and Australia. It goes without saying that the song itself was great. This is a message to Putin, who launched the most brutal and cynical war since World War II, and who was probably surprised by the courage of the people of Ukraine and the unity of the political West. We are united, we are strong and we continue to help Ukraine win this war,” said NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoana.
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