June 16, 2022
NATO is ready to continue providing Ukraine with necessary support in case of a long-term conflict, the alliance’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Thursday.
He was speaking ahead of the second day of NATO countries defence ministers’ meeting in Brussels, during which the top diplomats discuss the alliance’s support for Ukraine, and strengthening its eastern flank.
“We need to do even more…in the years to come,” Stoltenberg said.
Polish Prime Minister’s Office previously announced that in Madrid “Poland will ask for an increase in NATO troops on the border with Russia, and for them to be stationed in permanent bases.”