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Ang pag-akyat ng Ukraine sa NATO ay susi para sa seguridad ng Europa




Since Putin’s aggressive war was unleashed against Ukraine, no country in Europe can feel safe. Russia’s territorial appetite will increase dramatically if its army gains an advantage on the battlefield. The CSCE countries will be under threat. The Ukrainian Armed Forces must get the weapons they need to drive out the Russian invaders, Mga Dispatch, IFBG.

The NATO summit in Vilnius will determine what further dialogue with Ukraine should take place in the context of its integration into the alliance. Already 20 NATO member states have agreed on Kyiv’s accession to the organisation, but the consensus requires the agreement of 31 countries. 

Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine has increased the risks and threats to Europe. Putin will not stop, and his aggression will end where the Russian army is stopped by force. Russia has launched the most extensive war in Europe in decades, and it is crucial to quickly defeat Russian forces in Ukraine. This will be a key prerequisite to prevent the further expansion of its aggression to the West. The Ukrainian Armed Forces need all support that will bring Ukraine closer to victory over Russia. At the next Ramstein meeting, additional options in arms supply should be identified. Modern F-16 fighter jets will significantly strengthen the Ukrainian army and contribute to the liberation of the occupied territories of Ukraine. Support for Ukraine should be systematic. Russia, despite its defeats, is still capable of waging war for a long time. A global confrontation is Putin’s goal if he gets the strategic initiative in Ukraine. Western weapons, sanctions, and the Armed Forces of Ukraine are the only things that can stop the Russian army.

Strengthening the Ukrainian army is critical to Europe’s security system.

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