NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg warned of impending “bad news” coming out of Ukraine in its ongoing conflict against Russia, part of a call for the West to maintain its support of Kyiv.
Stoltenberg made the comments during an interview with German broadcaster ARD on Saturday. The NATO chief didn’t elaborate, but his warning came a day after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his military to add another 170,000 troops. It came two days before the White House said it was “out of money” to support Ukraine past the end of the year.
“Wars develop in phases,” Stoltenberg told ARD. “We have to support Ukraine in both good and bad times. We should also be prepared for bad news.”
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