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Ukraine continues to inflict “heavy losses” on Russia after some of the “most intense” fighting since the start of the war in February 2022, Atlantic Alliance Secretary General Jens said on Monday Stoltenberg.

The Ukrainians were able to inflict heavy losses on the Russian invaders, both in terms of soldiers and combat capabilities, Mr. Stoltenberg said at a press conference, adding that these military losses had occurred in recent weeks.

Since Kiev launched its counter-offensive in the spring, no decisive breakthrough has been achieved by Ukrainian forces, and some allied countries are concerned.

But, for the NATO boss, although the front line did not move, the Ukrainian forces continued to be very effective on the battlefield.

We have to differentiate between the fact that the front line is not moving significantly and the fact that very, very intense fighting is taking place.

A quote from Jens Stoltenberg, NATO Secretary General

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Ukraine continues to fight courageously and we continue to support them, he stressed, adding that in November, for example, Germany and the Netherlands had provided aid of 10 billion euros to Kiev, and that the Allies, including the United States, were sending more anti-aircraft defense systems to protect the populations.

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A Ukrainian soldier monitors an area of ​​the Dnieper River, at an undisclosed location in the Kherson region, on November 6, 2023, during the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Kiev also claims to have retaken positions a few weeks ago on the left bank of the Dnieper River, in the south of the country.

L' anchoring of Ukrainian positions on this side of the Dnieper, confirmed by specialized Russian bloggers as well as military experts, could constitute the biggest push by the Ukrainian army in several months.

Asked about the risk that Kiev would find itself forced to negotiate with Moscow in the event of a reduction in Western military support, Mr. Stoltenberg reaffirmed that it was up to Ukraine to decide what is acceptable to end the war.

Our responsibility is to support Ukraine and allow them to liberate as much territory as possible and to put them in the best possible situation, when or if negotiations begin, he insisted.

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