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Stoltenberg: situation at the front is difficult, NATO allies provide 99 percent of military aid to Ukraine

NATO allies provide 99% of military assistance to Ukraine, but the situation at the front remains difficult, so support must be strengthened, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said.

It is necessary to increase support for Ukraine due to the difficult situation on the frontline. NATO allies provide 99 percent of military assistance. This was stated by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at a press conference with Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Kobakhidze, Georgia Online reports, according to UNN

"Russia is pursuing imperial ambitions, and the situation in Ukraine, on the battlefield, is difficult. So it is vital that we step up our support. NATO Allies provide 99 percent of the military assistance, and our partners also play an important role," Jens Stoltenberg said. 

He also welcomed the fact that Georgia is hosting thousands of Ukrainian refugees and providing significant humanitarian and financial assistance." 

According to the Telegraph, Ukraine is so short of ammunition that by the end of the month it will run out of air defense missiles to defend its cities. 

 The head of the European Union's diplomacy, Josep Borrell, said  that the outcome of Russia's war against Ukraine will be decided this year - in the spring and summer. 



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