NATO has opened up to Ukraine that it is not considering going into war with Russia, even though it feels so concerned for the country’s losses.
NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, said this on Friday after an extraordinary meeting of the NATO’s Ministers of Foreign Affairs.
According to Jens Stoltenberg, “NATO is not seeking a war with Russia.”
However, NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, reiterated its commitment to facilitating the right channels for diplomatic settlement and deconfliction, but not to seek direct conflict with Russia.
The Secretary General sympathizes with Ukraine for the enormous destruction that their nation has witnessed in the past few days, but insisted that the primary concern of the military alliance is to ensure that the war does not spread beyond the borders of Ukraine.
In his word: “We have a responsibility to ensure it does not escalate and spread beyond Ukraine. Because that would be even more devastating and more dangerous. With even more human suffering,” Mr Stoltenberg concluded.
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