The question of how to deal with Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine was at the heart of the Nato summit that ended on Thursday. Kyiv will receive 40 billion euros in military aid over the next year, including F-16 fighter jets and five air defence systems. Russia was described as the "greatest and most immediate threat", and China as its "decisive accomplice". While Ukraine did not receive a formal invitation to join, its path into Nato is "irreversible", the alliance has stressed. The reactions in the press are mixed.

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