NATO ended its summit in Madrid on Thursday, with Moscow dropping a new “iron curtain” on Europe, at which point Ukraine, in the strength of the coalition’s renewed support, re-launched the Russians as a symbolic and strategic island. In order to control sea routes.
“The Iron Curtain, in fact, is already coming down,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told a news conference in Minsk, which made history in Europe during the Cold War and only fell with the fall of Berlin. Wall in 1989.
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“This iron curtain was set by the West today,” said his Belarusian counterpart Vladimir Magee, Moscow’s ally in the conflict with the West.
Moscow and Minsk responded to the Atlantic Coalition summit on Wednesday and Thursday, reaffirming its massive support for Ukraine. Its new strategic roadmap now refers to Russia as the “most important and direct threat to the security of the Allies” and condemns Moscow and Beijing’s attempts to co-ordinate efforts to “disrupt international order.”
“We will stand by Ukraine and how long the whole alliance will stand with Ukraine,” US President Joe Biden said at the end of the summit.
Allies announce new military aid to Ukraine: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced an additional ில்லியன் 1 billion (16 1.16 billion) in new installments of $ 800 million for Joe Biden. According to French President Emmanuel Macron, he plans to reconsider the country’s military programming, stressing that “now, we need to know how to quickly and vigorously prepare certain types of equipment that will enter wartime.”
Finally, German Chancellor Olaf Scholes on Wednesday evening confirmed that Russian President Vladimir Putin’s accusation was “absurd” – taking the summary of the Russian story – that NATO had “imperialist aspirations” for Russia.
The German chancellor added that the neighbors were “part of his country” and that “Putin was the target of imperialism in his policy.” , And breaking the stench born from the collapse of the Berlin Wall thirty years ago.
China, an ally of Moscow, has warned of the Ukrainian crisis, simply describing Beijing as a “challenge” to its interests and its security, and simply declaring that NATO is “stubborn (…)” in slandering China’s foreign policy. .
According to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, when delivering dangerous drones to Ukraine – he called on both sides to liaise and mediate, “intensifying efforts” for a ceasefire.
“Turkey has no peaceful losers,” he told reporters at the end of the NATO summit.