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NATO Chief Warns Of ‘Bad News’ For Ukraine After Failed Counteroffensive

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NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg warned of potential “bad news” from Ukraine after a failed counter-offensive against Russia.

Concerns about Ukraine’s ability to continue fighting against the larger Russian military have been mounting, as there are growing whispers in the West about Ukraine’s prospects.

“We’re not able to work as closely together as we should,” Stoltenberg said. (Trending: Bombshell Email Uncovered Between Joe Biden And Hunter)

Stoltenberg expects “bad news” in the coming days.

“We have to support Ukraine in both good and bad times,” he pressed.

“The more we support the Ukraine, the faster the war will end.”

President Putin ordered an addition of 170,000 troops to Russian Armed Forces, and US officials are now pressuring Ukraine to negotiate with Moscow.

President Biden is currently seeking $61 billion in military aid for Ukraine, however, there is growing opposition among House Republicans to fund the conflict.

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