As NBN reports with reference to European Pravda, Stoltenberg said this today, February 7, during a joint press conference with the American leader’s national security adviser Jake Sullivan in Brussels.
Stoltenberg emphasized that the decision on changes in the leadership of Ukraine is “of course, the decision of Ukraine itself, and it is not for the Alliance to evaluate it.”
Finally, he added:
However, I welcome the very clear statement of Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba that any the changes will not affect relations with partners and NATO. As a result, we will continue to support – that’s what matters, and we will continue to do so.
Recall that earlier Dmitry Medvedev hinted that if a war breaks out between the Russian Federation and NATO, the Kremlin will arrange “apocalypse” to the Alliance.