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Sunday, 27 November 2016
'Europe IS IN DANGER' Terrified Germany orders Putin to STOP Russia's military expansion.
TERRIFIED European countries have ordered Russia to reduce its military spending after fears an arms race could spiral out of control following Putin's aggression in the Crimea, eastern Ukraine and Syria.
Putin's aggression has worried European politicians
Steinmeier, a presidential candidate for the Social Democrats, first pushed for an arms control deal with Russia in the summer to avoid tensions bubbling over between Russia and the West and has urged other nations to sign-up the cause.
He added: "We have a responsibility to leave no stone unturned in our effort to increase security and peace."
The US and Nato officials have claimed the deal could been seen as "sabre-rattling and shrill war cries" from the West which could worsen relations with the Kremlin.
Frank-Walter Steinmeier warned that 'Europe is in danger'
White House officials are reluctant to pledge their support for the deal, citing Russia's disregard for previous treaties.
The 16 nations – who all belong to the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe – are set to release a statement later today during a meeting in Hamburg.
Germany is leading the charge against Russian brutality, along with France, Italy, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Spain, Finland, the Netherlands, Norway, Romania, Sweden, Slovakia, Bulgaria and Portugal.
Russian paratroopers jump as a rainbow appears in the sky during the joint Russian, Belarusian and Serbian military exercise
US officials claim the deal could do more harm than good
On Thursday, Putin claimed "Russia has no borders" when asked about geography on live Russian television.
His tongue-in-cheek joke is likely to strike fear into the heart of foreign leaders who share a border with Russia – sparking fears Putin could seek to expand his borders and consume neighbouring states and bring them under his own domain.
Elections in Moldova and Bulgaria in recent weeks have brought pro-Russian governments to power – both nations which surround Ukraine who are trying to escape the clutches of the Russian leader.