NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said they should prepare for new conflicts in Ukraine.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said there is no sign that Russian President Vladimir Putin is preparing for peace in Ukraine: “We must prepare for a new conflict. “Russia continues to send large numbers of soldiers to the front in a manner unprecedented since the First World War,” he said.

In the first year of Russia’s occupation of Ukraine, China issued a 12-point statement on “a political solution to the crisis.” On the other hand, the United Nations condemned Russia on the first anniversary of the invasion and asked Moscow to withdraw its troops from Ukraine and end the war.

The NATO Secretary General assessed the developments surrounding the first year of the Russian occupation of Ukraine in an interview published by the Belgian Flemish public broadcaster VRT.

Asked whether Russia would launch a new large-scale assault on Ukraine, Stoltenberg replied that under no circumstances had there been any indication that Putin wanted peace.

Pointing out that the Moscow government had sent an unprecedented number of soldiers to the front since the First World War, Stoltenberg said: “We must prepare for new conflicts.”

The Secretary General continued:

“To repel these Russian attacks, Ukraine needs the support of Western countries. The Allies are constantly looking at what weapons we can buy, but it is more important to ensure that there is enough ammunition for the weapons that are currently in Ukraine. This is a war of attrition, a logistical war.”

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