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Kiev Wants NATO-Ukraine Council Meeting in Response to Russian Attacks

The Kiev regime has gone into overdrive to drag NATO directly into the war against Russia. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said yesterday that the alliance supports Kiev’s request for a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine council, reported TASS. “NATO members have backed Ukraine’s request for an emergency meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Council,” the Foreign Ministry wrote on its Telegram channel, citing Kuleba. According to Kuleba, among the key issues will be the reinforcement of Ukraine’s air defense. Kuleba did not say when the meeting would take place.

NATO’s Military Committee, including chiefs of defense of alliance members, is scheduled to meet in Brussels on Jan. 17-18. The schedule already includes a session “in a NATO-Ukraine Council format,” reports a Dec. 20 NATO press release. “They will discuss Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine, the situation on the ground, and NATO and Allied continued support to Ukraine.”

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