Russia is not achieving its strategic goals in the war, – NATO Secretary-General

Russia has failed to achieve any strategic goal of seizing Ukrainian territories or undermining NATO’s unity since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine.

Source: NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg

“Today during the meeting we discussed our strong support for Ukraine. The Russian war in Ukraine is not going as planned by Moscow. They failed to take Kyiv, they are pulling back from around Kharkiv, and their major offensive in Donbas has stalled. Russia is not achieving its strategic objectives.”

“President Putin wanted to defeat Ukraine, destroy NATO, and divide North America and Europe. But Ukraine stands, NATO is stronger than ever, and Europe and North America are firmly united. Ukraine can win this war.”

He noted that Ukrainians were bravely defending their land and that the Allies helped them in this fight, providing security support worth billions of dollars.

“All of this makes a real difference on the battlefield every day. We must continue to step up and sustain our military support to Ukraine, and build on the work of the Ukraine Support Group which recently met in Ramstein.”

See also:  There is no platform for dialogue with Russia, – German Foreign Minister

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