NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg on Sunday stated Russia is shifting its system in Ukraine, discounting the concept that it could be withdrawing from the war-torn country.
“What we see is not a true withdrawal, what we see that Russia is re-positioning its troops and they are taking some of them back to rearm them, to reinforce them, to resupply them, but we ought to not in a way be as well optimistic due to the fact the attacks will carry on,” Stoltenberg reported throughout an job interview with co-anchor Dana Bash on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
“And we are also anxious about probable amplified assaults in particular in the south and in the east. So this is not a authentic withdrawal but extra a shift in the method, focusing additional on the south and the east,” he additional.
Stoltenberg discounted the plan that Russian President Vladimir Putin is scaling again his aims for the war that started six months ago.
Ukrainian forces have retaken a range of cities and cities all over Ukraine as Russia has pulled back forces from that space. Ukrainian officials have due to the fact accused Moscow of committing executions and other war crimes in some of these places