Brussels (Times Of Ocean)- The NATO leader, Jens Stoltenberg, says NATO members have agreed to provide further support for Ukraine.
NATO ( North Atlantic Treaty Organization) leaders decided to provide cybersecurity and equipment assistance to Ukraine to ensure that the country is protected from biological, chemical, radiological, and nuclear threats, said the alliance chief during a press conference after meeting of alliance leaders in Brussels.
Chemical weapons could completely alter the nature of the conflict in Ukraine, says the NATO chief.
The NATO chief says China should not provide economic or military support to Russia.
NATO chief says leaders must prevent the Ukrainian conflict from escalating to a war between NATO and Russia.
‘We will continue to impose unprecedented costs on Russia, reinforce allied deterrence, defense’, says NATO chief.
In addition to four older battlegroups in Baltic countries, Poland, NATO will beef up its eastern flank with four new battlegroups in Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, and Slovakia.