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The NATO-Ukraine Council met yesterday at the request of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and, according to a NATO statement, “Allies strongly condemned the escalation in Russian air strikes on Ukraine, as well as Russia’s use of ballistic missiles sourced from North Korea and drones from Iran.” The statement added, “Today, Allies made clear that they will continue to provide Ukraine with major military, economic, and humanitarian assistance, and many Allies outlined plans to provide billions of euros of further capabilities in 2024.” In other words, the alliance promised to help the Kiev regime keep the war going a while longer.

The council met at the level of ambassadors, and the meeting was chaired by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. It had been requested last week by the Kiev regime to discuss reinforcing Ukrainian air defenses.

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