NATO Secretary General noted on January 20, 2023, on Twitter, that new supplies of weapons and military equipment, which NATO allies and partner countries agreed on during the meeting of the Contact Group for assistance to Ukraine in Ramstein, would help Ukraine not only to repel the Russian offensive but also to liberate the occupied territories.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, following the results of the meeting in the Rammstein format, called on allies and partners to urgently increase the amount of military aid to Ukraine.
“I welcome the significant new package of combat capabilities, announced in Ramstein for Ukraine’s self-defense. Russia is preparing for new offensives, so it is urgent to step up support to enable Ukraine to win & retake occupied territory,” tweeted the NATO Secretary General.
It is also reported that in Ramstein Jens Stoltenberg held a meeting with the Minister of Defense of Ukraine Oleksiy Reznikov and the new Minister of Defense of Germany Boris Pistorius.