The Alliance cooperates with defense companies and thus contributes to the transfer of more weapons to Kyiv, said Jens Stoltenberg.
NATO is working closely with defense companies to provide Ukraine with more weapons and equipment. This is what NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in his speech in Norway, Reuters reported on Thursday, August 4.
“We provide a lot of support, but we need to do more and be ready for long-term action. We are now in close contact and working closely with the defense industry to produce and provide more variety types of ammunition, weapons and capabilities,” he said.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has created the most dangerous situation for Europe since World War II, he said. He also added that Russia cannot be allowed to win.
The Alliance Secretary General also accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of “reckless and dangerous” rhetoric about the potential use of nuclear weapons.
Stoltenberg also expressed the view that the war is likely to end only after negotiations.
“We know that most wars end at the negotiating table. We also know that the outcome of these negotiations depends entirely on strength on the battlefield,” he said.
Remember, according to the Secretary General of NATO, in the war between Russia and Ukraine, the Alliance has two tasks: to support Ukraine and prevent the conflict from spreading into a full-scale war between NATO and Russia.
Earlier it was reported that Ukraine became a member of the cooperation program between the armies of NATO countries.
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