Putin has ‘shattered peace’ in Europe: NATO chief

Russian President Vladimir Putin “shattered peace in Europe” by invading Ukraine, according to NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, who added that the Western defense alliance would protect “every inch of our territory.”

“In Europe, President Putin has destroyed the tranquility. Allies criticize Ukraine’s unlawful and barbaric invasion. The Russian invasion is completely wrong, and Belarus is complicit in it “During a visit to Poland’s Lask airbase, Stoltenberg stated.

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“Our dedication to Article 5, the collective defense clause, is unwavering. Every inch of NATO territory will be protected and defended by us “Along with Polish President Andrzej Duda, he stressed.

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