Born: war in Ukraine will end up at the negotiating table

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg remains convinced of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, which he has repeatedly warned that it could go on for a long time.

More than 4 months after the start of the Russian military operation in Ukraine, Stoltenberg reiterated in an interview with the Spanish newspaper “El Pais”, today, Saturday, that “the Ukrainian-Russian war will end at the negotiating table”, indicating that a return to dialogue is inevitable, no matter how long it takes and no matter how much the losses are on both sides.

Historic Summit

Furthermore, he stressed that the NATO summit to be held in Madrid from 28 to 30 June will be historic and decisive for NATO.

“It will be a historic summit for many reasons, first, because the meeting of 30 allies will take place in the midst of the greatest security crisis. in Europe since the end of the Second World War. Second, because we will make many important decisions, and agree on the biggest change in our collective defense since the end of the Cold War. “”.

The leaders of the defense alliance are expected to agree on a new package of global aid to Ukraine at the Madrid summit.

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Last week Stoltenberg announced that NATO countries would discuss the Russian-Ukrainian dossier in Madrid, noting that Moscow had become a “threat to the pace and European stability “.

“provocative politics”

It is noteworthy that since the launch of the Russian operation on the territory of the western neighbor on February 24, most of the NATO countries have sided with Kiev, supporting it with weapons and equipment.

While Moscow has repeatedly warned that NATO’s policy is “provocative”, it warns that militarization of Eastern European countries will not lead to greater stability.

It also condemned NATO’s expansion efforts, which pose a threat to its national and strategic security.

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