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With a formidable to-do list for the world's leaders, the 2014 NATO Summit takes place in Wales on Sept. 4-5 .This will be the largest ever gathering of international leaders in Britain. That's why the NATO summit will focus on the quantity and quality of our defence spending. We need to be ready for a less stable world of failed states, regional conflicts and terrorism. This is not a humanitarian summit, but I hope too that NATO leaders will also remind each other of their obligations to the most vulnerable victims of conflict.Tom Fletcher, Britain's ambassador to Lebanon, wrote this op-ed ahead of the NATO Summit the U.K. is hosting on Sept. 4-5, 2014 .You can track the summit on #NATOSummitUK and @NATOWales, learn more about Wales or more about the British people's support to Lebanon's stability.
So... Yalla, bye, dear Lebanon
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