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US says Putin cannot 'dictate' peace conditions to Ukraine


US Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin rejects Russian President Vladimir Putin's demands that Ukraine withdraw its troops from territory claimed by Moscow to end the Kremlin's invasion. Speaking in Brussels at a meeting of NATO defence ministers, Austin says "Putin has occupied, illegally occupied, sovereign Ukrainian territory. He is not in any position to dictate to Ukraine what they must do to bring about peace." SOUNDBITE

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