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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg
Russian authorities have stepped up their attacks against the country’s civilian infrastructure amid setbacks at the front.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is failing in Ukraine and is reacting with even more brutality, launching rocket attacks on cities and civilian infrastructure. This was stated on November 25 by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at a press conference before the summit of the foreign ministers of the alliance countries in Bucharest on November 29-30, Sky TG24 reports.
According to him, the Russian Federation deprives Ukrainians of light, water and food, which is a “terrible beginning of winter.”
At the same time, Stoltenberg stressed that the alliance would support Ukraine for as long as necessary.
“This is a war where Russia is the aggressor and Ukraine is on the defensive. There will be no peace if the aggressor wins, if the autocracy wins. NATO will continue to support Ukraine for as long as necessary,” the Secretary General said.
He added that many countries are suffering from the war unleashed by the Russian Federation, but if Putin wins, “everyone will pay a much higher price for many years to come,” and the world will become more dangerous.
“It is in the interests of our security to support Ukraine,” Stoltenberg stressed and assured that he would ask the allies to increase non-lethal assistance to Kyiv in the form of fuel, medicines, winter equipment and drone suppression equipment.
Recall that on November 23, Russian troops carried out the seventh massive missile attack, which led to a power outage throughout Ukraine, as well as in Moldova.
Residential buildings and energy infrastructure facilities in Kyiv and many regions of Ukraine were hit.
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