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NATO chief shares 'cautious optimism' over Ukraine crisis

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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says indications from Russia that it is willing to pursue diplomacy over the Ukraine crisis are positive, but there has been no sign of Moscow pulling back troops from the border. SOUNDBITE

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