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. together with the spread of weapons of mass destruction. By contributing to the international community·s efforts to combat terrorism. NATO helps ensure that citizens can go about their daily lives safely. are likely to be the principal threats to the Alliance over the next 10 to 15 years. At the Riga Summit in 2006 NATO declared that terrorism. free from the threat of indiscriminate acts of terror.V The fight against terrorism is high on NATO·s agenda.

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