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The Secretary-General of NATO seemed nervous.. fear of a Russian excuse to invade Ukraine

On Thursday, Russian-backed rebels and Ukrainian forces accused each other of firing across the armistice line, raising alarm at a time when Western countries have warned of the possibility of a Russian invasion any day.

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg seemed nervous during the press conference, especially when answering journalists’ questions, and became agitated when answering and made movements with his hands, in a reflection of the general concern of the NATO countries.

The Secretary-General of NATO said that the situation is worrying, after the Ukrainian village of Stanitsia Luhanska was bombed with heavy weapons from the east of the country in Donbass.

“We are concerned that Russia is trying to create a pretext for an armed attack on Ukraine, and there is still no clarity or certainty about Russian intentions,” he told reporters after a two-day meeting of NATO defense ministers in Brussels.

And Stoltenberg warned: “Any Russian recognition of the secession of Donbass will undermine Ukraine’s territorial integrity.”

The Secretary General of NATO The alliance will provide military and material support to the Ukrainian army.

He also stressed that NATO is ready for dialogue with Russia in pursuit of a diplomatic solution.

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