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Jens Stoltenberg: NATO will take over the coordination of arms supplies to Ukraine

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The Alliance is to take over the coordination of arms supplies to Ukraine, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced on Wednesday. A two-day meeting of defense ministers of the Alliance countries will begin on Thursday in Brussels.

– I expect that ministers will accept the plan thanks to which FOR THIS will take over the coordination of support for Ukraine – Stoltenberg said on Wednesday.


The statement of the NATO Secretary General is an attempt to secure the system of arms supplies to Ukraine in the face of a possible victory Donald Trump in November elections In USA – commented Reuters Agency.

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The head of the Alliance also asked the allies to maintain the level of financial and military assistance for Ukraine at the current level, i.e. support amounting to approximately EUR 40 billion per year.

“Russia's actions will not stop us from supporting Ukraine”

Stoltenberg also referred to Russian attempts to destabilize Alliance countries.

– Allies are taking decisive measures, carrying out arrests and prosecutions against hostile acts on NATO territory. These activities include acts of sabotage, violence, cyberattacks and disinformation, said the NATO Secretary General. He added that “Russia's actions will not stop us from supporting Ukraine.”

In the face of increasingly loud signals from Russia on the possible use of nuclear weapons, the NATO Secretary General declared that the Alliance was adapting its arsenal to the changing security situation in the world. He added that there has been significant progress in this area. Stoltenberg called nuclear weapons NATO's “ultimate security guarantee” and a means of maintaining peace.

Meetings of the NATO-Ukraine Council and the Contact Group on the Defense of Ukraine will also be held in Brussels on Thursday.

Main photo source: ZOLTAN MATHE/PAP/EPA

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