Reuters: NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg accused China of wanting to supply arms to Russia
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the alliance had seen signs that China was considering sending weapons to Russia, but those plans had yet to be implemented. The agency reports Reuters.
Stoltenberg noted that there is no argument that the deliveries may actually take place, but there are “signs” that the PRC is planning this. A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman denied the allegation and called NATO intelligence a slander.
Earlier, Vladimir Kozin, a leading expert at the Center for Military-Political Studies MGIMO, said that NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg’s remarks that the conflict in Ukraine is entering a new phase of confrontation “logistics” do not correspond to reality.
Kozin noted that the official lulls the vigilance of Russian authorities with such statements. Such sentences should push the state to negotiate, but there is nothing real in that. Recall that Stoltenberg said that NATO had exhausted its stocks of artillery shells to stock up.
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