|NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg|
"We have an obligation to ensure that war does not get out of Ukraine. A direct war between NATO and Russia will cause more destruction." This was conveyed by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. "Any use of chemical weapons would completely change the nature of this conflict and would be a blatant violation of international law and would have severe consequences," Stoltenberg said.
"Ukraine's accession to NATO is not on the agenda of tomorrow's "NATO summit," but support for Ukraine is on the top agenda and will be one of the main topics of discussion, Secretary-General Born said at a press conference. Press conference. "It hurts what we see in Ukraine" and that's why "allies are stepping up support," Stoltenberg said. "And this adds to what we've been doing for years," he added. "I hope tomorrow's leaders will discuss how to increase our support for Ukraine," he explained. "We will not send troops to Ukraine," NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told a news conference. "NATO is not a party to the conflict, says Ukraine, but not a party to the conflict," he said. "NATO will not send troops to Ukraine," Stoltenberg added.
"We have to understand that it is very important to help Ukraine, and we are improving, but it is also very important to prevent this conflict from becoming a full-fledged war between NATO and Russia and therefore the message is very clear from allies: we will not send troops in Ukraine," he stressed.