4.2 C
Thursday, December 7, 2023

NATO affirms commitment to Ukraine despite shifts in member states’ positions

During a press briefing, Stoltenberg addressed concerns about NATO's stance on aid to Ukraine, stating, "NATO members provide modern missiles, air defence systems, modern battle tanks - these are all examples of significant modern assistance"

Russian forces advance in Marinka, posing autumn offensive threat in Donetsk oblast

Intelligence reports indicate that the invaders currently control most of the city, with only small pockets on the western outskirts remaining under the Ukrainian Armed Forces (VSU) control

White House budget director warns of depleting funds for Ukraine

The allocated $106 billion for Ukraine assistance, requested in October, remains in limbo within the Republican-controlled House of Representatives

US accuses Russia of extortion over Ukrainian export grain demands

WorldRussiaUS accuses Russia of extortion over Ukrainian export grain demands
The United States on Monday has put the blame on Russia for extortion at the price of the developing world after it made a demand for Ukrainian security guarantees on its fleet in Crimea to preserve a secure corridor to export grain.
The spokesman of the State Department, Ned Price, in an address, stated that, “what you are explaining appears to be either collective punishment or collective extortion.”
He said that, “It is not an issue between any two nations on the face of the earth. This is an urgent imperative for developing nations.”
Meanwhile, he further added that, “Russia’s suspension of the initiate would be a tantamount to collective punishment for the rest of the world, but especially lower as well as middle-income nation that so desperately needs this grain.”
At the same time, Price voiced alarm that global food prices have already risen because of uncertainty over the grain initiative, which had been negotiated by the United Nations and Turkey.

Check out our other content

Check out other tags:

Most Popular Articles