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Jens Stoltenberg: - Waiting for the Donbass attempt

Jens Stoltenberg: – Waiting for the Donbass attempt

On Tuesday, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with reporters ahead of Wednesday’s meeting between NATO foreign ministers. According to Stoltenberg, they will consider what NATO can do further in the conflict.

Stoltenberg opened the press conference by talking about the images from Botsja that have rocked the whole world in recent days.

Big movement of troops

– He said that this is a brutality that we have not seen in Europe for decades, adding that those behind it must be held accountable.

He stressed the need to investigate the case, and that NATO supports investigations under the supervision of the United Nations and the International Criminal Court.

Moscow has not abandoned its ambitions in Ukraine. We are now seeing a significant movement of forces away from Kyiv, to regroup, arm and equip, as well as shift the focus to the east, Stoltenberg said.

NATO expects Russia to continue its attacks on eastern and southern Ukraine in the coming weeks.

critical stage

He added that the fierce Ukrainian opposition forced Russia to change its strategy.

– We expect Russia to try to take over the entire Donbass and create a bridge to the occupied territories of Crimea.

Stoltenberg calls this the decisive stage in the war.

The Secretary-General said that NATO allies have decided to provide additional arms support to Ukraine, in addition to support for countries such as Georgia and Bosnia. He also stated that the issue of delivering advanced weapons to Ukraine, including anti-tank weapons, would be discussed.

When asked by the audience, Stoltenberg was clear in his speech:

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This is President Putin’s war. He is responsible and he himself chose to wage this war. Our responsibility is to support Ukraine.

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annoying statement

Regarding the Russian invasion of Ukraine, a number of experts indicated that President Vladimir Putin wants to restore a large Russian empire.

The former Russian president and current Putin ally, Dmitry Medvedev, made a lengthy telegram on Tuesday morning with a number of disturbing allegations, Sky News writes.

In addition to repeating the Kremlin’s propaganda that Ukraine is ruled by the Nazis and working for the Third Reich, the former president is pouring gasoline on the fire for those who fear Vladimir Putin’s plans will stop at Ukraine’s borders.

Finally, in the long post, Medvedev suggests that Moscow’s goal in the conflict is “to finally build an open Eurasia – from Lisbon to Vladivostok,” referring to the land that stretches from the capital of Portugal in the west, to Vladivostok, in the far east of Russia.