Today, the issue of providing Ukraine with air defense systems will be discussed at a meeting of the Ramstein format.
On Wednesday, October 12, the NATO countries plan to change the focus of arms supply to Ukraine by bolstering supplies of air defense systems. This was stated by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, The Washington Post writes.
He called on partners to provide Ukraine with more air defense equipment and systems.
“We will consider how to increase support for Ukraine and the top priority will be to strengthen Ukraine’s air defense,” Stoltenberg said.
The NATO Secretary General considers Russian missile attacks a sign of weakness, and Vladimir Putin is running out of alternatives.
Ukraine has the momentum. And continues to make significant gains. While Russia is increasingly resorting to horrific and indiscriminate attacks on civilians and critical infrastructure.
Recall that the day before Germany handed over to Ukraine the first of the four promised IRIS-T air defense systems.
And the White House promised that upon request of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, the USA will deliver two NASAMS air defense systems as soon as possible.