WWIII: ‘It’s Dangerous To Underestimate Russia,' - NATO Warns

Russia-Ukraine: NATO Speaks On Going To War With Russia

by Victor Ndubuisi

NATO has stated that going to war with Russia over the invasion of Ukraine is improbable.

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg told CNN on Thursday that a confrontation with Russia will be avoided due to the alliance’s unity.

Stoltenberg also addressed accusations that Russia is refusing to follow through on the deconfliction line.

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“Russians have not been ready, as I indicated, to use those lines,” he continued, “but we assume they will be able to communicate with us if the necessity arises.”


Because of the situation in Ukraine, Stoltenberg, who was supposed to become the head of Norway’s Central Bank later this year, is now expected to continue on as NATO’s leader.

“I feel privileged for the third time, actually, to extend my term,” he said.

The crisis which started on February 24 when Russia invaded Ukraine with military forces has gone longer than expected.

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Russia are yet to invade major Ukrainian cities, including the capital, Kyiv where forces of both countries are currently engaging in a serious battle. Advertisement


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