NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that Western countries should continue to support Ukraine.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that Russia’s attacks on Ukraine are not going to abate, so Western countries must be ready to continue to support Kyiv in the long term.
Stoltenberg said that through this it is possible to preserve the independence of Ukraine and bring Russia to the negotiating table.
Stressing that the partial mobilization in Russia shows that Moscow has no intention of ending the war, Stoltenberg said: “Ukrainian troops have gained strength in recent months, but we know that Russia has also recruited new soldiers and is training them,” and added:
“This shows both their willingness to continue the war and their ability to start a new offensive.”
Stoltenberg pointed to the importance of Western support for Ukraine to keep it strong at the negotiating table when that day comes, even if there are no negotiations on the horizon yet:
“We urgently need to support Ukraine. This includes military support. Because that is the only thing that will bring Russia to the negotiating table and that Ukraine accepts its presence in Europe as an independent nation.
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