Since February 24, Europe has been under constant tension due to what is happening between Russia Y Ukraine. The war for the territories of the donbass not yet finished and although the bombardments are less than at the beginning, it is estimated that Vladimir Putin plan a final push to take over these cities. However, in the NATO They don’t think this will happen.

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization he threatened to get into the dispute on more than one occasion even though the Russian military asked him not to. Their answer would be “immediate» in the event that this entity decides to intervene militarily since from the economic and diplomatic aspects they have used all possible efforts.

Now from NATO they asked «be prepared for this to last for years» since Jens Stoltenberg, general secretary of the organization, foresees that it will take longer than necessary. “We must not lose heart in our support for ukraineeven if the costs are high, not only in terms of military support but also in rising energy and food prices,” he added.

In turn, Stoltenberg argued that if Russian President Vladimir Putin achieves his goals «we would have to pay an even higher price» to the one made when Crimea was annexed in 2014. This alert goes to all the countries in the region that are closely following the case and have seen their economies affected by the lack of resources they have since exports were closed.

NATO’s request against Russia

Finally, the NATO official asked allied countries to continue sending weapons to Ukraine. “With additional modern weapons, it would increase the probability that Ukraine will be able to repel Russia’s troops from Donbass,” the official said. A new shipment from the United States is expected to arrive next week with weapons for Voldimir Zelensky.

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