A group photo of NATO heads of state and government at Park Cinquantenaire in Brussels, Belgium. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
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NATO insisted Friday that every member state is covered by its 'all for one, one for all' collective defense pledge, after U.S. President Donald Trump appeared to undercut the alliance's core commitment.A NATO official speaking to AFP made no direct reference to the controversy over Montenegro but noted that at a leaders' summit earlier this month, President Trump had re-stated Washington's commitment to the alliance.Montenegro joined NATO last year, cementing its turn towards the west away from Russia's vision for what Moscow sees as its traditional sphere of influence in the Balkans.
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