A senior Russian diplomat said on Monday that the transfer of F-16 jets to Ukraine will highlight NATO's role in the conflict. He also accused the United States of subordinating the G7 to its policy of inflicting a " strategic defeat " on Russia.
The Foreign Minister of Japan announced the consultations to open a liaison office between the country and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, a move that will provoke a strong reaction from China.
In a press conference, the Russian foreign ministry's spokesperson, claimed that the US deliberately left weapons in Afghanistan, and “now they are destabilizing the situation because terrorists may get hold of them.”
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Gershko stated that his country has enough military power to prevent NATO from dominating the Baltic Sea, saying that the increase of 1,200 km of contact line between Russia and NATO has multiplied the risks of collision.
In the continuation of the reactions to the attack on the office of Tebyan center and AVA news agency in Mazar-e-Sharif, a group of elites while condemning this attack emphasized that this terrorist attack is a sign of the depth of hatred and enmity of America and its agents with Tebyan center that they do not want people to be aware of their crimes....
The people of Italy, England, Germany, France and Spain demonstrated against the NATO organization and the sending of weapons to Ukraine from the West, and accused the European and American governments of warmongering.
Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) announced his visit to Turkey. He stated that the purpose of this trip was to obtain Turkey's consent for the accession of Sweden and Finland to this organization.
The spokesman of NATO announced that Jens Stoltenberg's presidency in this military alliance will end on the September 30, 2023 of, and he does not intend to extend his 9-year-old secretary generalship this time.
In an interview with Yonhap news agency, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, referring to the increase in China's military and missile capabilities, called for more cooperation between the organization and South Korea in order to confront Beijing.
Jens Stoltenberg, the Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) yesterday (Tuesday, January 24), while criticizing Berlin's delay in sending tanks to Ukraine, asked the allies of this organization to send heavy and advanced weapons to Kiev as soon as possible.
Jens Stoltenberg, the Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), in a security conference in Saline, Sweden, once again emphasized the organization's strong support for Sweden and Finland.
In a meeting with the Vice-President of Press and Information of the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Tehran, the General Director of the Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) stated that the losses and casualties of the soft war between America and the West in the country is far more painful and extensive, but today ...