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Russia wants to be a competitor not partner to west – Michael Fallon

Defence secretary says Russia is becoming much more aggressive in Syria as fears over return to cold war politics grow Russia has become much more aggressive in the war in Syria and had chosen to be a “competitor not a partner” to the west, the UK’s defence secretary has said. As fears of a return to cold war politics grow, Michael Fallon told the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show on Sunday that Russian interference in Europe was “extremely concerning”.
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