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Attack on NATO energy supplies would provoke ‘determined response’

The alliance’s chief has promised that a deliberate attack on NATO energy supplies would be met with a “unified and determined response”.

Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary General, pledged to increase protection of critical infrastructure to respond to the destruction to the Nord Stream gas pipelines.

Three leaks in the pipelines last Month are believed to have been caused by sabotage. However, suspicion has fallen upon Russia. It is not yet known who was responsible.

Stoltenberg stated that NATO doubled its presence at the Baltic and North Seas to more than 30 ships, with support from aircraft and other undersea activities.


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He also stated that the alliance was closely monitoring Russia’s nuclear forces as Russia is “losing on Ukraine’s battlefield” on Tuesday.

Moscow issued a new warning to the West about its involvement in the Ukraine conflict.

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Sergei Ryabkov, Russia’s deputy foreign minister, stated that Russia will implement appropriate countermeasures to stop the West from “growing involvement”.

According to the state-owned RIA news agency he stated: “We warn them and hope they realize the danger of an uncontrolled escalation Washington and other Western capitals.”

Image NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg stated that the alliance closely monitors Russia’s nuclear forces

At least 14 people were killed by Russian bombs that fell on Ukraine on Monday.

Vladimir Putin claimed that the strikes were in retaliation to its “terrorist actions” against Russian territory. The attack on the Kerch Strait Bridge, occupied Crimea was – but Ukraine denies this claim of “provocation”.

Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Ukrainian President has promised to make the battlefield “more difficult” for Russian troops as a response to rocket attacks. He also stated that air defense was his “number one priority”.

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One expert stated that despite the remarkable victories of the Ukrainian army on the battlefield – including in defense of Kyiv, and in recent years with counterattacks at Kharkiv or Kherson regions — the war could last for many decades.

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Sky News security analyst and defence analyst Professor Michael Clarke stated that the war will likely be a “generational struggle” which could become a “forever conflicts” until “something happens in European security or Russia”.

Clarke stated that the current Ukraine crisis was the “second” war, and the first was in 2014 when Russia annexed Crimea.

He said: “My belief is that next year there’ll be a ceasefire where the Ukrainians are better placed. That ceasefire will then be unstable and it will end. There will be a third and fourth wars.

“We are dealing with an existential battle because the Russian establishment believes that Ukraine doesn’t have the right to exist, and they won’t change their mind in short-term.

“This is likely going to be a generational battle. Let’s assume it lasts 30,40, or 50 years.

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