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NATOs Stoltenberg urges allies to ramp up production to meet Ukraines needs

NATOs Stoltenberg urges allies to ramp up production to meet Ukraines needs

Published October 24,2023


The head of NATO urged allied states to ramp up manufacturing Tuesday to fulfill Ukraine‘s wants because it fights towards Russia.

“Russia’s war against Ukraine has depleted allied stocks,” Jens Stoltenberg mentioned at a news convention with the Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson in Stockholm.

“Ramping up production is essential to meet Ukraine’s needs and to ensure our own defenses. Speed and volume matters,” he added, noting that “Russia prepares to use winter as a weapon of war.”

Stoltenberg thanked Sweden “for its major financial, humanitarian and military aid to Ukraine,” together with its newest $200 million in a assist package deal for ammunition and gear to Ukraine.


Stoltenberg famous the significance of defending civilians within the Middle East amid the battle between Israel and Palestine.

“I welcome efforts to ensure that humanitarian aid reaches Gaza,” he mentioned. “Iran and Hezbollah should not take advantage of the conflict. It is important that this situation doesn’t escalate further.”

The battle in Gaza, which has been beneath Israeli bombardment and a blockade since Oct. 7, started when the Palestinian resistance group, Hamas, initiated Operation Al-Aqsa Flood — a multi-pronged shock assault that included a barrage of rocket launches and infiltrations into Israel by land, sea and air.

It mentioned the incursion was in retaliation for the storming of the Al-Aqsa Mosque and rising violence by Israeli settlers towards Palestinians.

The Israeli army then launched a relentless bombardment of Hamas targets within the Gaza Strip.


Stoltenberg additionally welcomed Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s signing of Sweden’s NATO accession protocol Monday.

Finland and Sweden utilized for NATO membership quickly after Russia launched a “special military operation” towards Ukraine in February 2022.

Türkiye beforehand authorised Finland’s membership to NATO however had mentioned it was ready for Sweden to abide by a trilateral memorandum signed in June 2022 in Madrid to deal with Ankara’s safety considerations.

“Sweden has highly capable forces and years of experience operating with NATO,” mentioned Stoltenberg. “Sweden’s membership will make NATO stronger.”

Source: www.anews.com.tr


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