NATO Secretary General noted that our country continues to need support from the Alliance
Stoltenberg knows how the war in Ukraine will end / Photo: collage: “Today”
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg declaredthat the war unleashed by Russia against Ukraine on February 24 “will end at the negotiating table.”
He said this after meeting with US President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan in Washington, CNN reports.
“Wars are inherently unpredictable and so we just have to be prepared for the long term,” Stoltenberg said.
The secretary general added that it has turned into a “war of attrition” in which the Ukrainians “pay a high price for protecting their country on the battlefield,” but “Russia suffers heavy losses.” He praised the US for its leadership and support for Ukraine, as well as its leadership in supporting the Transatlantic Alliance. According to him, US support “changes the situation on the battlefield every day.”
“President Putin wanted less NATO, and therefore he invaded Ukraine, but he gets more,” Stoltenberg added.
NATO told whether Russia will avenge weapons to Ukraine from the United States
NATO does not expect Russian retaliation because the United States of America transfer modern weapons to Ukraine. This was announced by the Secretary General of the Alliance Jens Stoltenberg.
“No, I don’t suggest that, because what NATO and NATO allies are doing is providing support to Ukraine in asserting the right to self-defense, and this right is enshrined in the UN treaty,” Stoltenberg said.
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