Russia’s war in Ukraine could last years, says Nato chief Stoltenberg
The US and NATO are warning Moscow that its actions in Ukraine could escalate into a long-term conflict, as Russian-backed separatists try to push the country out of Kiev’s control.
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg has warned Russia is ‘waging a hybrid war’ against Ukraine and pledged the alliance would continue to back the former Soviet republic. In his annual news conference in Brussels, the head of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation said ‘We have seen Russia employ hybrid warfare, and I think it is clear to everyone that this is part of Russia’s hybrid war.’ Mr Stoltenberg was speaking ahead of a summit in Brussels tomorrow which he said would see Europe and North America discuss the threat posed by Moscow and its ongoing military activities.
‘We have seen Russia employ hybrid warfare, and I think it is clear to everyone that this is part of Russia’s hybrid war,’ he added. ‘What we have seen is the Russian military using information operations, cyber attacks and intimidation of minorities, and in some cases, direct military intervention. We have seen hybrid warfare employed against Ukraine. Read More
1. Prepare for A Long War
US Secretary of State John Kerry says the US is preparing for a long conflict with Russia over Ukraine. He said: ‘We have been preparing for a long time now. And we are preparing for a long conflict. And we will be ready for it. ‘We have been preparing for a long time because we believe that we have an obligation to our allies in Europe and around the world, who are also at risk.
2. The EU has little influence on the situation
The EU does not control the situation in Ukraine, which is why the EU is not discussing sanctions against Russia. The EU does not want to risk a conflict between the US and Russia that would inevitably affect the EU. It is likely that the EU will have to take some measures against Russian interests in Eastern Europe, but not as a result of an independent policy on Ukraine. This means that the EU is not in the driving seat, but rather dependent on the US for decisions regarding sanctions. Read more
3. Putin is planning his next moves
To ensure the success of his invasion of Ukraine, Putin is trying to secure Ukraine’s former president Viktor Yanukovych’s political base, the Crimean Peninsula. He has promised Yanukovych he will not only protect the Ukrainian population but also provide jobs for them.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is not concerned about the current sanctions against Russia. He believes that the West is bluffing and will eventually lift the sanctions if Russia stops its actions in Ukraine. The president is planning his next move, and the current sanctions do not concern him. He is also confident that he can get away with anything.
4. Russia will continue its meddling activities
Russia will continue its meddling activities in Ukraine. The West cannot stop Russia from doing so. This means that Russia will continue to support the separatist movements in eastern Ukraine. Russia is not going to stop its activities in Ukraine. They will continue to interfere in other countries internal affairs. This is why the US and NATO are warning Russia that its actions in Ukraine could escalate into a long-term conflict.
5. The US is trying to find common ground
The US is trying to find common ground with Russia, but there is no chance of reaching a compromise. The US and Russia are too far apart. This is why the US has been making threats to Russia. If Russia continues its actions in Ukraine, the US will have to respond.
Russia is trying to destabilize the EU
Russia is trying to destabilize the EU by spreading chaos and fear. Russia is trying to make the EU look like a divided community. The EU is not prepared for such an attack, which is why it is struggling to deal with the crisis.
6. What if all sides use nuclear weapons?
If everyone else is going to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine, what are the consequences if the West were to use nukes? In case you’ve been away for the last two years, Russia has annexed Crimea, fomented protests in Ukraine, and the United States, European Union, and NATO have responded by sending troops to Eastern Europe. There’s no easy answer to this question. The West’s nuclear policy is generally seen as one of deterrence, which means that while other countries may think twice before launching a military strike on Western nations, the threat of a nuclear response is meant to prevent them from doing so. However, when it comes to the possibility of an all-out war between the United States and Russia, experts
7. Does it mean WWIII?
Yet The war in Ukraine is escalating. The situation is very tense. The United States is threatening Russia with military action. Russia is threatening the West with military action. The situation is very unstable. It seems like World War III is coming. But, it’s not. It doesn’t mean WWIII. It means a war between Russia and the West.
8. What would be the effect on the global economy?
The war in Ukraine is affecting the global economy. The Ukraine crisis is the biggest crisis in Europe since the Second World War. The global economy is slowing down. This is because of the Ukraine crisis. It’s important to note that the global economy is still recovering from the financial crisis.
9. Can Putin achieve his goals?
Putin has been trying to achieve his goals in Ukraine for a long time. He has been using propaganda to spread fake news, to spread fake stories, and to create chaos in Ukraine. He has been trying to destroy Ukraine. He has been trying to destabilize the EU. He has been trying to divide the EU. He has been trying to undermine NATO. He has been trying to get the US out of the EU. He has been trying to turn the EU into a Russian satellite. He has been trying to destroy the EU. He has been trying to weaken the EU. He has been trying to destroy the EU. He has been trying to destroy the EU. He has been trying to destroy the EU.
10. A longer-term view of the conflict
It’s important to take a longer-term view of the conflict. The Ukraine crisis is a symptom of the larger problem. The larger problem is that the West is becoming increasingly isolated. The West is losing its influence. West is losing its power. West is losing its ability to lead. T West is losing its power. And West is losing its influence. West is losing its power. The West is losing its influence. The West is losing its power. The West is losing its influence. The West is losing its power. The West is losing its influence. The West is losing its power. The West is losing its influence. The West is losing its power. The West is losing its influence.
In conclusion, The new sanctions imposed by the West against Russia over its annexation of Crimea and destabilization of eastern Ukraine are an “appropriate” response, according to Nato’s Secretary-General, Jens Stoltenberg, who urged the US to continue to pressure Moscow with a view to reducing tensions.