NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said the exemption zone would “require a direct confrontation with Russian aircraft.” He rejected a “total war” with the Russians
247 – The Secretary-General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Jens Stoltenberg on Wednesday (9) asked President Vladimir Zhelensky that the decision of the Atlantic Coalition would not create a no-fly zone over Ukraine. According to the leader, the exemption zone will require “direct confrontation with Russian aircraft” and NATO will attack Russian air defenses located in Ukraine, Russia and Belarus on a “large scale”. He rejected the “complete war” with the Russians.
Stoltenberg attended the Ottawa Defense and Security Conference this Wednesday. His statements were published by EFE.
Despite Ukraine being an important partner and gaining the support of the Atlantic Alliance to fight Russian forces, “this is not the same as being a member of NATO,” the secretary general said.
Russia is trying to prevent Ukraine from entering the US – led NATO, which is trying to expand its influence in some parts of Europe. On February 24, Russian troops entered Ukrainian soil.
Zhelensky asked Ukraine’s NATO alliance “cooled”, But has urged the United States and European countries to assist the Ukrainian government in the war. A new round of talks on a ceasefire is scheduled for this Thursday (10th).
The United Nations says the number of people displaced by the war has exceeded 2 million this Tuesday (8).
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