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WorldRussiaKyiv Ambassadors to NATO paid visit at war affected regions of Hostomel, Bucha: Oleg Stefanishyna
Deputy Prime Minister for European & Euro-Atlantic integration of Ukraine, Olga Stefanishyna, has welcomed in and greeted Kyiv Ambassadors to NATO. She made the following announcement through her Twitter handle.
She took it to Twitter to share the news, which reads as, “Was glad to welcome in Kyiv Ambassadors to NATO. The organisation of this visit took some time, but there was a determination of our team to make this happen. Showed them places of Russian war crimes: #Hostomel & #Bucha. Grateful to #NATO Allies for the solid support of Ukraine.”
During the visit, Ambassadors of Kyiv to NATO also paid a visit at a few of the warn-affected regions including, Hostomel as well as Bucha.
Meanwhile, NATO has also ensured to continue to support Ukraine. Last month, Secretary General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, in a statement, said that, “NATO will further step up support for Ukraine, while empowering the Alliance’s defence as well as deterrence and working to increase the protection of important infrastructure.”
Furthermore, Stoltenberg assured that, “To improve Ukrainian defences in a better way, the Secretary-General has made an announcement that NATO will soon provide Ukraine with hundreds of drone jammers for use against Russian and Iranian drones.”
While noting about recent nuclear threats by Russia, Stoltenberg added that, “Putin’s nuclear rhetoric is dangerous as well as irresponsible and that any use of nuclear weapons by Russia would have severe consequences.”

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