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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said at a press conference that the alliance cannot allow Vladimir Putin to win in Ukraine, as this would be a signal to all the authoritarian rulers of the world.

“We are ready to support Ukraine for as long as it takes. We cannot let President Putin win. Because then President Putin will decide that he can achieve his goals with the help of military force. And this lesson will be learned not only by him, but by all the authoritarian leaders of the world,” Stoltenberg said.

He also noted that most wars end at the negotiating table. Therefore, in order for Ukraine to end the war on its own terms, NATO will continue to provide it with all the necessary military support.

In addition, Stoltenberg drew attention to the military successes of the Ukrainians, which they have already achieved, and also said that the indiscriminate attacks of the Russian army on Ukrainian cities are a sign that Putin is losing on the battlefield. Separately, the NATO Secretary General noted the “dangerous nuclear rhetoric” of the Russian president and once again stressed that the alliance categorically rejects Russia’s accusations that Ukraine is preparing to use a “dirty bomb”.

In late August – early September, the Ukrainian army launched a successful counteroffensive, in particular, in the Kharkov region.

In early October, an explosion occurred on the Crimean bridge, as a result of which the automobile part was damaged. Who exactly is behind the explosion is unknown. The parties to the conflict blame each other for what happened. However, on October 10, Russia began to launch massive strikes on Ukrainian cities as a response. Shelling with varying degrees of intensity continues throughout October.

Since October 23, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Chief of the General Staff Valery Gerasimov have been calling senior officials from the United States, Great Britain, France, Turkey, India and China to express “concern about a possible provocation with the use of a dirty bomb” that Ukraine is allegedly preparing. In the West, these accusations are rejected.

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