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Secretary General Says NATO Stands With Ukraine

Ukrainian mechanised infantry with supporting tanks mounting a counter-attack during a 2019 exercise on the Yavoriv Training Area [© Bob Morrison]

The NATO Secretary General today met with the Ukrainian Foreign Minister at NATO Headquarters to discuss the security situation in Ukraine.

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Press Release, Brussels, 15 November 2021: NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba at NATO Headquarters on Monday (15 November 2021) to discuss the security situation in and around Ukraine.

Dmytro Kuleba (left) and Jens Stoltenberg [© NATO Multimedia]

”In recent weeks, we have seen large and unusual concentrations of Russian forces close to Ukraine’s borders,” said the Secretary General. He underlined that NATO remains vigilant and called on Russia to be transparent about its military activities. ”Any further provocation or aggressive actions by Russia would be of serious concern,” he said. The Secretary General and Foreign Minister Kuleba also discussed NATO’s strong political and practical support for Ukraine.

Past form: a library image of Russian troops invading Georgia in 2008 ~ six years later Russia invaded and annexed Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula [© Yves Debay†]

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