NATO Minister Jens Stoltenberg said the exclusion zone “will require a direct confrontation with Russian aircraft.” He ruled out the outbreak of an “all-out war” with the Russians
247 – Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Jens Stoltenberg, said on Wednesday (9) that the NATO decision cannot create a no-fly zone over Ukraine, as requested by President Volodymyr Zelensky. According to the leader, the exclusion zone “will require a direct confrontation with Russian aircraft” and NATO will have to “massively” attack Russian air defenses located in Ukraine, Russia and Belarus. He ruled out the outbreak of an “all-out war” with the Russians.
On Wednesday, Stoltenberg participated in the Ottawa Conference on Security and Defense. His reports have been published by the EFE Agency.
The minister said that while Ukraine is an important partner and receives support from NATO to fight Russian forces, “it is not the same as being a member of NATO.”
Russia is trying to prevent Ukraine from entering NATO, led by the United States, which is trying to expand its influence in some regions of Europe. Russian forces entered Ukrainian territory on February 24.
Zelensky stated that the issue of Calm Ukraine’s accession to NATOBut she urged the United States and European countries to help the Ukrainian government in the war. A new round of negotiations on a ceasefire is scheduled for Thursday (10).
This Tuesday (8), the number of people displaced by the war exceeded 2 million, according to the United Nations.
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