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NATO Chief Issues Vague Warning On Ukraine: ‘Be Prepared For Bad News’

via The Associated Press
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NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg warned of potential challenges in the Ukraine war during the upcoming winter months, emphasizing the need to support Ukraine through difficult times.

Stoltenberg also urged allies to increase ammunition production and support Ukraine to hasten the war’s end.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy acknowledged the war’s new phase and the challenges faced due to shortages of weapons and ground forces but affirmed Ukraine’s determination. (Trending: Bombshell Email Uncovered Between Joe Biden And Hunter)

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said the Western military alliance should “be prepared for bad news” in the Ukraine war.

“Wars develop in phases,” Stoltenberg explained.

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

“We should also be prepared for bad news,” Stoltenberg advised.

“These are big victories even though they haven’t been able to move the front line,” Stoltenberg said.

“We’re not able to work as closely together as we should,” lamented the NATO official.

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

“We have a new phase of war, and that is a fact,” said Zelenskyy.

“Look, we are not backing down, I am satisfied,” declared the Ukrainian president.

“We are fighting with the second (best) army in the world, I am satisfied,” he continued.

“We are losing people, I’m not satisfied. We didn’t get all the weapons we wanted, I can’t be satisfied, but I also can’t complain too much,” added Zelenskyy.

Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a significant increase in military personnel, citing the ongoing military action in Ukraine and NATO’s expansion as reasons.

The situation underscores the escalating tensions and the need for continued attention to the conflict.

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