Russia’s Ukraine strikes ‘sign of weakness’: NATO chief

SpaceWar.com reports: “NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg on Tuesday said Russia was striking Ukraine’s infrastructure to make up for battlefield losses by its troops and vowed allies would ‘step up and sustain’ support for Kyiv.

‘I think what we saw yesterday (Monday) is actually a sign of weakness, because the reality is that they are not able to make progress on the battlefield. Russia is actually losing on the battlefield,’ Stoltenberg said on the eve of a meeting of NATO defence ministers.

‘So the way they’re able to respond is by indiscriminate attacks on Ukrainian cities, hitting civilians, critical infrastructure.’

Russia has unleashed a wave of missiles strikes across Ukraine after a blast damaged a key bridge to the annexed Crimea peninsula that the Kremlin blamed on Kyiv…”

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