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Switzerland: 'More advanced support, heavier weapons and more modern weapons' - Stoltenberg on military aid for Ukraine06:04

Switzerland: 'More advanced support, heavier weapons and more modern weapons' - Stoltenberg on military aid for Ukraine

Switzerland, Davos
January 18, 2023 at 19:22 GMT +00:00 · Published

NATO Secretary-General once again emphasised providing more military support for Ukraine as he joined a conversation during the World Economic Forum in Davos on Thursday.

"If we want a negotiated peaceful solution to the war in Ukraine, we need to provide military support to Ukraine. That's the only way. Weapons, they are the way to peace," said a NATO chief whose sentiment was reflected by President of Poland Andrzej Duda.

"Ukraine needs weapons, weapons as I said yesterday and once again weapons," said Duda during the forum.

Duda has been vocal in urging European partners in providing more militray support to Ukriane as illustrated by him piling pressure on Berlin to supply tanks to Kiev.

Moscow claims new weapons will only prolong the conflict and won’t change the outcome.

Switzerland: 'More advanced support, heavier weapons and more modern weapons' - Stoltenberg on military aid for Ukraine06:04
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NATO Secretary-General once again emphasised providing more military support for Ukraine as he joined a conversation during the World Economic Forum in Davos on Thursday.

"If we want a negotiated peaceful solution to the war in Ukraine, we need to provide military support to Ukraine. That's the only way. Weapons, they are the way to peace," said a NATO chief whose sentiment was reflected by President of Poland Andrzej Duda.

"Ukraine needs weapons, weapons as I said yesterday and once again weapons," said Duda during the forum.

Duda has been vocal in urging European partners in providing more militray support to Ukriane as illustrated by him piling pressure on Berlin to supply tanks to Kiev.

Moscow claims new weapons will only prolong the conflict and won’t change the outcome.