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Jens Stoltenberg, NATO |  Stoltenberg gave an interview about the Ukraine war

Jens Stoltenberg, NATO | Stoltenberg gave an interview about the Ukraine war

– NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said, during an interview with the American media, that we are in a critical situation Politico About the war in Ukraine.

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During the interview, he talked about what the war means for Europe’s security and the agenda of the NATO summit in Madrid next week, where Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will speak, among other things.

– Stoltenberg told the press that it was possible to predict that Russia would invade Ukraine, but it is difficult to predict how this war will end, and added:

– We are ready for a war that will last several years.

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Stoltenberg further emphasized that Ukrainian soldiers have impressed the whole world with their fighting spirit and resilience.

Ukrainian soldiers have proven time and time again that Putin underestimated the neighboring country as a real threat.

The agenda for the summit to be held in Madrid next week includes further talks on Sweden and Finland’s NATO application.

Turkey recently criticized the accession of Sweden and Finland to the alliance. All Member States must agree to grant the application.

Sweden and Finland’s NATO implementation is historic. He said I’m sure we’ll find a solution Stoltenberg June 1 this year.

– We’re making progress

On Monday, representatives of the three countries met again in Brussels in an attempt to clarify differences.

It was Stian Jensen, Chief of Staff of NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, who led the negotiations. He described Monday’s meeting as “good and constructive.”

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“We’re making progress, but not a definitive breakthrough,” Jensen told NTB.

Stoltenberg reported Wednesday afternoon that he had held new talks with Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson.

“Talks on the way forward will continue in the coming days,” the NATO Secretary General wrote on Twitter.

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