NATO and Stoltenberg are already thinking about a post-war Ukraine. After the end of hostilities, Ukraine must ensure that it can defend itself against further attacks by the Kremlin’s military forces. For this reason, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced a multi-year support package in Kiev. We will discuss a multi-year support package with substantial funding to ensure that Ukraine can defend itself in the long term, move from the Soviet era to NATO standards, achieve full interoperability with NATO, and reform and rebuild the security and defense sector. We must ensure that there are reliable arrangements for Ukraine’s security when this war is over.” This was stated by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the conference on the eve of the Defense Ministerial Meeting.
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In the context of the NATO Ministerial Meeting, the Nuclear Planning Group meeting will take place. We continue to see unwise nuclear rhetoric from Russia. In recent months, Moscow has suspended its participation in the New Start Treaty “on nuclear arms reduction” and has decided to place nuclear weapons in Belarus. They will discuss aspects related to nuclear energy in the current security environment and consider the ongoing adaptation of NATO’s nuclear deterrence.”
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