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NATO: Not the only game in town

While NATO meets in Washington this week, the rest of the world is making alliances too.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow today to discuss bilateral cooperation.

Newly-elected Iranian President-elect Masoud Pezeshkian said that he is ready to commit to a stalled cooperation treaty between Iran and Russia. His predecessor was keen on this treaty but he was killed in a helicopter crash in May. President Pezeshkian says that he will sign this treaty at the BRICS summit in October.

According to Russian state media Tass, “Russia is set to develop the entire spectrum of humanitarian ties with BRICS nations, including in the areas of culture, youth exchanges, sport, and tourism.”

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