Tuesday, March 21, 2023

NATO: More arms deliveries to Ukraine

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ARCHIVE – Pekka Haavisto (l), Foreign Minister of Finland, Ann Linde, Foreign Minister of Sweden, and Jens Stoltenberg, NATO Secretary General, attend a press conference following the signing of the NATO accession protocols for Finland and Sweden at NATO Headquarters. Photo: Olivier Matthys/AP/dpa

“It may sound paradoxical, but military support for Ukraine is the quickest way to peace,” the Norwegian told the German Press Agency at the turn of the year. The background is that Russian President Vladimir Putin must be convinced that he will not achieve his goal of taking control of Ukraine. Then there could be a peaceful negotiated solution that would ensure Ukraine’s survival as an independent democratic state.

Stoltenberg also made it clear that he considers the recent Ukrainian attacks on military targets in Russia to be perfectly legitimate. «Every country has the right to defend itself. Ukraine too,” he said. In the case of the Ukrainian attacks, the context must also be seen. These are massive Russian attacks on civilian infrastructure aimed at depriving Ukrainian civilians of water, heating and electricity in winter.

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