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Otan : pour être devant, Trump bouscule le Premier ministre monténégrin


Donald Trump s'impose. Le président américain n'a pas manqué de bousculer le Premier ministre monténégrin pour avancer au premier rang du groupe de dirigeants visitant le nouveau siège de l'Otan à Bruxelles, et se placer en premier plan de la "photo de famille". Au cours de son discours lors d'une cérémonie au nouveau siège de l'Alliance à Bruxelles, il a par ailleurs harangué ses pairs affirmant qu'ils devaient "d'énormes sommes d'argent" en raison du déséquilibre entre les budgets militaires des Etats-Unis et de l'Europe.

Added on the 26/05/2017 10:57:00 - Copyright : NouvelObs Montage

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