Stoltenberg notes ‘horrific start to winter' for Ukraine
4 days ago - By RT
The NATO secretary general also says Europe is suffering an energy and cost-of-living crisis
Ukraine is in for a difficult winter, says NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg, noting that Russian forces have stepped up their attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure.
“Waves of deliberate missile attacks on cities and civilian infrastructure are depriving Ukrainians of heat, light, and food. This is a horrific start to the winter for Ukraine” he said at a press conference on Friday.
Stoltenberg's comments come after Russia launched a series of long-range strikes on Ukrainian command centers and energy...
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