NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has stressed that the allies must continue to support Ukraine in the war unleashed by the Russian Federation.
Source: Stoltenberg in an interview with ARD, quoted by DW, as reported by European Pravda
Details: Stoltenberg stressed that further support for Ukraine is in the interests of NATO itself.
Quote: "We need to understand that if President Putin wins, tragedy awaits Ukraine. But it will be dangerous for us too. So it is in our own interests for Ukraine to survive," NATO Secretary General said.
He went on to say that the allies should "be prepared for bad news" and must continue to support Ukraine.
"We must also be prepared for bad news. The course of wars is not a constant, but a variable process. We must support Ukraine in good times and in bad. The current war is a war of attrition; it is a battle for efficiency, a battle for logistics," Stoltenberg explained.
The NATO Secretary General also said he was confident that the Allies will continue to provide Ukraine with significant amounts of military aid.
Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has insisted that NATO countries are showing no signs of fatigue from the Russian war against Ukraine.