NATO warns that Russia-Ukraine war could last for years

Kyiv – NATO has warned that the war in Ukraine could go on for years. If Ukraine’s occupation of the eastern part of the country is to be maintained, the Allies must maintain their support. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said this. The NATO chief said the Donbass (Luhansk and Donetsk) region of eastern Ukraine […]
 


NATO warns that Russia-Ukraine war could last for years

Kyiv – NATO has warned that the war in Ukraine could go on for years. If Ukraine’s occupation of the eastern part of the country is to be maintained, the Allies must maintain their support. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said this.

The NATO chief said the Donbass (Luhansk and Donetsk) region of eastern Ukraine can be liberated from Russian forces only by providing state-of-the-art weapons to the Ukrainian military. In 2014, pro-Russian fighters occupied a part of the Donbass. In this war the Russian army occupied most of the two provinces. In an interview to a newspaper, Stoltenberg said that the Russian army focused on the Donbass after failing to capture Kyiv. It may now take years for Ukraine to recapture the region, which will require the cooperation of the Allies. But it will cost a lot of money. State-of-the-art weapons available as support

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who visited Ukraine on Friday, also said Ukraine needed long-term help. He also offered to train the Ukrainian army. “Ukraine does not have to tire of war to achieve its goals,” he said. Ukraine will have to fight the war as well as rebuild the country. Everything will depend on the capability of Ukraine. Ukraine’s President Vladimir Zelensky said he is holding regular meetings with the country’s military, police and National Guard. Looking at his mood. They are full of courage, so we have no doubt in winning the war. We will get back our lost land.

Russia Svirodonask. occupies most of the area of

A day later, Russian forces intensified their attacks on Svirodonsk, taking full control of Luhansk province. Russian forces launched heavy shelling and rocket attacks on Sunday. Russian forces have advanced in some areas, completely besieging the city. Governor Serhi Gaidai has acknowledged that key areas of the city have been taken over by Russian forces. In the neighboring city of Lisichansk, Russian attacks caused several buildings to collapse. The Russian army is once again trying to capture Kharkiv.