The countries of the collective West should provide long-term assistance to Ukraine. This statement was made by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in an interview with the British newspaper The Guardian, noting that he sees no prospect for a peaceful settlement of the conflict.
According to Stoltenberg, Russian President Vladimir Putin “has no peace plan” for Ukraine.
“As a result, the US, UK, France, Germany and other Western countries should prepare to support Ukraine with weapons, ammunition and spare parts for a long time,” he said. said the NATO Secretary General in an interview with the publication.
He also expressed the view that China’s mediation efforts should be accompanied by attempts to understand the Kiev regime’s position and direct interaction with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy .
“He (Stoltenberg) complained that Beijing had not yet condemned the Russian invasion,” the newspaper wrote.
Earlier, the head of state’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov said that Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping discussed the Chinese, not Ukrainian, peace plan during a meeting in Kremlin. He noted that the hypothetical discussion of the Ukrainian peace plan concerns bilateral relations between China and Ukraine.
that Stoltenberg called on the West to prepare for long-term support for Ukraine
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