NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in a statement about Russia’s war in Ukraine, “If Russia wins this war, Putin will confirm that violence works. Then it may come to Russia’s other neighbors.” NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg attended the summer camp organized by the Workers Party in Norway on the island of Utoya and made a speech.
Referring to Russia’s attack on Ukraine in his speech, Stoltenberg said that NATO’s support for Ukraine is a moral responsibility. Stoltenberg said, “It is in our interest that Russian President Vladimir Putin does not succeed in his desires for Ukraine. A world where Putin sees that he can get what he wants with military force will be a more dangerous world for us. If Russia wins this war, Putin will confirm that violence works. Then The turn may come to Russia’s other neighbors.” said.
“If Putin thinks of doing something similar to a NATO country, the entire alliance will react,” Stoltenberg said in a statement. said. Stating that Russia’s progress has stopped and Ukraine has taken back some regions, Stoltenberg also reminded that NATO has increased its presence in the east to maintain peace.
Recalling that after Russia’s attack, NATO acted in greater unity and was preparing to recruit new members such as Finland and Sweden, Stoltenberg said: “The US Senate has approved the accession protocols. This brings the number of allies that have ratified Finland and Sweden’s accession to NATO to 23. Many of them are close to completing their national processes. This has so far been the fastest accession process in NATO’s modern history. “