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Zhelensky says it was “a matter of time” before Russia invaded NATO territories

Posted on 03/13/2022 23:07

(Credit: UKRAINE PRESIDENCY / AFP)

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky has called on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to create a no-fly zone in Ukraine. According to him, if that does not happen, NATO member states could soon be attacked by Russia.

“If they do not close our skies, it is time for Russian rockets to land in their territory, NATO territory,” Zhelensky said in a video released on social media early Monday (14/3). – Sunday. (13/3), Brazil.

There was a Ukrainian warning The day after the Russian army attacked an army base In Yavori, about 20 km from the Ukraine-Poland border, which is part of NATO.

Early Sunday morning, at least 35 people were killed and 134 wounded in a Russian offensive, Liv Governor Maxim Kozitsky said.

Hours after the attack, US Secretary of State Anthony Blingen arrived In a statement on Twitter, the United States condemned Russia’s approach. “We condemn the Russian Federation’s missile attack on the International Center for Peacekeeping and Security in Yavor, near the Ukrainian border with Poland. Brutality must stop,” he wrote.


The United States, the world’s largest military power, has repeatedly stated that it does not want to send troops into Ukrainian territory, however, according to Joe Biden, it guarantees the protection of “every centimeter of NATO territory.”

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Please mark it Section 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty guarantees mutual military protection In case of attacks on one of the member countries.

“The parties agree that an armed attack on one or more persons in Europe or North America would be considered an attack on all of them, and that, in the event of such an armed attack, they would exercise their right to do so. We must assist the parties, without delay, individually and in agreement with the other parties to take the necessary steps. Use of the Armed Forces to Restore and Ensure Security in the North Atlantic Territory These arrangements will be finalized once the Security Council takes the necessary steps to restore and maintain international peace and security. ”
Article 5 – The North Atlantic Treaty

NATO was formed in 1949 during the Cold War as a military front against the Soviet Union (USSR). Basically, it used to have 12 countries, but now the list has grown to 30 countries.