NATO’s Stoltenberg: Ukraine’s Gains Are ‘Extremely Encouraging’
The trans-Atlantic alliance chief discusses Russia’s war in Ukraine and competing with China.
In just the past week, Ukraine’s military has liberated some 2,400 square miles of territory captured by Russian forces since the war began in February. These gains—the most tangible turning point in the war so far—are in part due to prolific support from NATO, the military alliance between 28 European countries plus Canada and the United States.
Ravi Agrawal is the editor in chief of Foreign Policy. Twitter: @RaviReports
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