Cameron and Obama chat prior to the meeting of the heads of states of the North Atlantic Council, during the NATO summit in Warsaw.
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U.S. President Barack Obama urged NATO leaders Friday to stand firm against a resurgent Russia over its seizure of Crimea from Ukraine and said Britain's vote to leave the European Union should not weaken the Western defense alliance.The 28-member NATO alliance will formally agree to deploy four battalions totaling 3,000 to 4,000 troops in the Baltic states and Poland on a rotating basis to reassure eastern members of its readiness to defend them against any Russian aggression.Ukraine is not a member of NATO but President Petro Poroshenko will meet allied leaders Saturday.The Kremlin said it was absurd for NATO to talk of any threat from Russia and it hoped "common sense" would prevail at the Warsaw summit.Russia often depicts NATO as an aggressor, whose members are moving troops and military hardware further into ex-Soviet territory, which it regards as its sphere of influence.NATO and the EU were to sign an agreement on deeper military and security cooperation.
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