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The war in Ukraine / Stoltenberg's dire warning: We must prepare for...
Written by SOT.COM.AL 3 Dhjetor 2023
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has warned that the Western military alliance must brace for bad news from the Ukrainian front as Kiev continues to defend itself against an all-out Russian invasion.
"Wars take place in stages. We must support Ukraine in good times and bad," Stoltenberg said in an interview with German television ARD.
"We also have to prepare for bad news," Stoltenberg added, but was more specific.
His comments come as Western allies argue over munitions and financial aid to Ukraine and as Moscow increases its troop numbers.
On Friday, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree increasing the number of soldiers by about 170,000, to a total of 1.3 million.
The battle lines have moved little in recent months, despite Kiev's counteroffensive over the summer. But the Ukrainians used cruise missiles to push the Russian fleet into the Black Sea and inflict damage deep inside Russian territory.
"These are great victories even though they failed to move the front line," Stoltenberg said in the interview.
He called on NATO members to increase munitions production, lamenting the fragmented state of the European defense industry.
"We cannot work together as closely as we should," Stoltenberg said, urging governments to look beyond their own national interests to the bigger picture.
"Putin's victory would not only be a tragedy for Ukraine, but also a danger for other allies. The more we support Ukraine, the sooner the war will end," he said.