Will not send troops to Ukraine soon; Meeting tomorrow: NATO Secretary General

NATO prepares for defense following Russia’s military action against Kiev Ukraine. NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says Russia has ruled out the possibility of a political consensus. He added that NATO had allowed defense moves to ensure the security of its allies.

There is currently no NATO military presence in Ukraine. No troops will be sent to Ukraine soon. NATO will meet on Friday to decide on defensive measures in the new security situation. Jens Stoltenberg said that democracy will prevail over dictatorship.

At the same time, the European Union called on India to intervene to end the war. The European Union’s Foreign Minister has called on Indian External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar. Ukraine also demanded that India intervene.

English Summary: NATO Secretary General statement on Russia-Ukraine War

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