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Putin has started a new offensive in Ukraine, says Stoltenberg

The new Russian offensive in Ukraine has already started. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said this at a briefing on Monday, February 13, according to European Pravda’s reporter in Brussels.

According to Stoltenberg, a year since the invasion, Putin is not preparing for peace but is launching new offensives.

Later, answering questions from journalists, Stoltenberg made clear that he believed we had "seen the start" of the new Russian offensive in Ukraine, which is obvious from the number of additional troops Russia was sending to Ukraine’s east.

Quote"What Russia lacks in quality, they try to compensate in quantity. The faster we can deliver weapons, ammunition, spare parts, and fuel to the Ukrainian front, the more lives we save," Stoltenberg emphasized.

According to The Guardian, the French ministry of foreign affairs said on Monday, February 13, that it "strongly" advised its citizens against going to Belarus given the "new offensive launched by Russia in Ukraine". Earlier today, the U.S. told its citizens to leave Russia immediately due to the war in Ukraine and the risk of arbitrary arrest or harassment by Russian law enforcement agencies.

Earlier, on February 8, the Estonian Foreign Intelligence Service published a report outlining its expectations for 2023 and beyond, with the first chapter dedicated to Russia’s war in Ukraine. According to the analysts, Putin is planning to conquer Ukraine and amass his troops near Estonia’s border in 2023.

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