“We meet in Bucharest at a critical moment for our security and today’s message is clear: NATO is here, NATO is vigilant.” This was stated by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Bucharest, at the Aspen Conference. “We will support Ukraine until the end and will not back down. Putin’s war did not make us forget other partners such as Georgia, Moldova and Bosnia and Herzegovina. We will support them until they can defend themselves,” he added. . The situation is still critical in Kyiv. Capital It’s dark again as of today: Ukrainian Electric Company DTC This morning announced the resumption of power outages. The United Nations declares that there are many on Earth Nearly 7,000 civilians have been killed since the beginning of the war.
“President Putin is failing in his brutal war of aggression. And he is responding with even more brutality. We see wave after wave of deliberate missile attacks on cities and civilian infrastructure: homes, hospitals, power grids. Ukraine,” he added. “And the If we allow Putin to win, we will all pay a much higher price for many years to come. Because the lesson that President Putin and other authoritarian leaders have learned is that they can achieve their goals using brute force. Then they will be encouraged to use force more. This will make our world more dangerous. We are all more vulnerable.”
“So it is in our long-term security interest to support Ukraine. We know that most wars end at the negotiating table. But what happens at the negotiating table is closely related to what happens on the battlefield: in order to create the conditions for sustainable peace, which guarantees Ukraine’s dominance as an independent, sovereign state.” We must continue to provide military support to Ukraine.
“Russia’s war against Ukraine has not made us forget other partners who are facing Russian pressure, intimidation and aggression. On the contrary, it has made our partnerships even more important. That is why NATO foreign ministers will meet with their Ukrainian counterparts, as well as with Georgia, Moldova and Bosnia. And Herzegovina. To address the challenges we face. To strengthen our support. For their flexibility, their political independence, and the modernization of their armed forces. So that they can better defend themselves. If they are safer, we will be safer.”
“Starting today a Kyiv Resuming emergency power outages, everything possible is being done to ensure electricity for every user 2-3 hours twice a day. Dtek, citing UNIAN, announced that the stabilization obfuscation programs are not working.” The company added, “Once we succeed in rebalancing the situation, we will return to an hourly plan.” The DC power outage resumed for the first time. Time from November 23.
In the meantime in the field, at least 6655 civilians died and others 10,368 were injured in Ukraine He said the day since the start of the Russian invasion United nationsas mentioned before Kyiv Independent. The UN human rights agency notes that the real numbers are probably much higher, because many reports of civilian casualties have yet to be confirmed.
there Russia I might stop posting Battalion Tactical Groups (Btg) In Ukraine in the past three months, as these units proved insufficient to fight in the country, he said British Ministry of Defence In his daily intelligence update on the situation in the country.
In the report posted on Twitter, the ministry states that the Btg concept has played an important role in Russian military doctrine over the past decade, and these battalions – which usually consist of about 600-800 people – Integrated with a full range of support sub-units, including armored, reconnaissance and artillery.
However, many of the weaknesses inherent in the BTG concept emerged in the intense and large-scale fighting in Ukraine, say British experts, noting that Relatively few combat infantrymen Btg has often proven insufficient. The report concludes that “the decentralized deployment of artillery did not allow Russia to fully exploit its advantage in terms of the number of weapons and few Btg commanders were able to flexibly exploit the opportunities” presented by the Btg model.
“This is not the time to talk about negotiations between Russia and Ukraine, but to focus onAssistance in Ukraine in the light of winterA senior NATO diplomatic source told the ANSA news agency, stressing that the war will likely continue “beyond spring.” At that point, we must move forward one step at a time, the source continued in his commentary. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Meanwhile, the Pope relaunched his proposal for mediation in an interview with the Jesuit magazine América. But the Russian ambassador to the Vatican, Alexander Avdeev, told the agency RIA Novosti to have complained to the Holy See of Francis’s words related Acts of cruelty by Russian forces In Ukraine, especially in Buryat and Chechnya. “I expressed my outrage at such insinuations and stressed that nothing can undermine the cohesion and unity of the multinational Russian people,” the ambassador said.
Kyiv’s political will and willingness to do so discuss Moscow’s demands, The Kremlin spokesman said instead Dmitry Peskov Quoted by TASS agency.
Meanwhile, the G7 Justice meeting has begun in Berlin. The German liberal minister explained that investigations into war crimes in Ukraine need to be better coordinated, Marco Bushman. “War criminals must not escape punishment,” he added. Italian Minister Carlo Nordio participates in the summit.
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