Support for Ukraine must continue for as long as it takes, NATO chief says

7 March, 09:49 PM
Jens Stoltenberg (Photo:REUTERS/Johanna Geron)

Jens Stoltenberg (Photo:REUTERS/Johanna Geron)

As Russian dictator Vladimir Putin is launching new offensives in Ukraine, Kyiv’s Western partners must continue their support for as long as the war lasts, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said at a press conference on March 7.

“Mr. Putin is launching new offensives and waves of deadly missile attacks,” Stoltenberg said.

He went on to say that NATO’s response to Moscow’s determination to prosecute the war must be unwavering commitment to providing Ukraine with whatever it needs to achieve victory.

Later, he added: “We must continue to provide support for as long as it takes.”

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According to Ukraine’s General Staff, as many as 140 Russian attacks were repelled near Kupyansk, Lymansk, Bakhmut, Avdiivka, and Shakhtarsk in eastern Ukraine in the last 24 hours.

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