Publish dateSaturday 10 February 2024 - 16:22
Story Code : 285615
NATO: Europe to increase production of military weapons to support Ukraine
With the West continuing to monitor the lack of military ammunition in Ukraine, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has asked European countries to increase the production of military weapons to support Kiev and prevent "tens of potential confrontations" with Moscow.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): Stoltenberg, in an interview published by the German media today, Saturday, February 10 (21 days), emphasized: "We must rebuild our industrial base as soon as possible and expand it, to deliver military weapons." We will raise Ukraine and reload our arsenal."
The Secretary General of NATO clarified that the meaning of these words, change from "duran mulayam peace" will be "to accelerate the production of conflict".
Stoltenberg's request is discussed in the context of widespread military developments in Ukraine. Kiev is on the verge of entering the third year of war with Moscow, and is looking for military support from the West and is changing its strategy to push back Russian military forces.
At the same time, Western leaders have also asked for more aid to Ukraine. Olaf Schultz, the German Prime Minister, and Joe Biden, the President of the United States of America, asked the American legislators to approve the package of military aid to Kiev if it remained undecided for weeks. They warned that without this help, Ukraine will not be able to stand up against "Russian aggression".
When Biden hosted Schultz at the White House on Friday, he described the "failure" of the US Congress to approve military aid to Ukraine as "close to criminal negligence."
At the same time, the General Secretary of the Alliance announced that "NATO will not seek war with Russia", but should prepare itself for a "potential conflict of several decades".
Referring to the existence of regular threats from the Kremlin against NATO countries, he emphasized that there is no immediate military threat against any ally. However, according to Stoltenberg, "If Putin wins in Ukraine, there is no guarantee that Russia will not expand further". He assessed "supporting Ukraine" and "investing in NATO's capabilities" as the "best defense" against Russia.
While the NATO defense ministers are preparing for the important meeting of the military alliance on February 15, one week before the third anniversary of Russia's military attack on Ukraine, Kiev is changing its war strategy against Moscow.
The need for this reshuffle was announced after the most important change in the military leadership of Ukraine, during which Volodymyr Zelinsky, the President of Ukraine, dismissed General Valery Zalozhny, the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, and replaced him with Alexander Sersky.
According to the French news agency, 58-year-old Sersky, if he was not a national symbol like Zalozhny, he would have a reputation for "indifference" and military casualties. give
However, the Kremlin downplays the impact of the change in Ukraine's military approach on the battlefield. Dmitri Pskov, the spokesman for the Kremlin, responded by saying, "This issue cannot be a factor if it will change the course of special military operations" in Russia.
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