Aid to Ukraine is effective, it needs to be continued – Estonian PM

Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas stressed at a conference of the Military Committee of the North Atlantic Alliance that Ukraine’s recent offensive actions testify to the effectiveness of the assistance it receives from its Western allies.

It is reported by “European Truth” with reference to ERR.

“Russia wants to undermine our unity at any cost and force us to withdraw our support for Ukraine. The Kremlin’s arsenal of terrorist tactics includes both world hunger and intimidation of a nuclear catastrophe, and energy is also used as a tool of blackmail,” Kallas said.

She stressed that a long-term policy of reasonable deterrence should be applied to Russia: “It should be at the center of all-round support for Ukraine. Reports from the battlefield prove that our military assistance has been effective, and its volumes must be increased.”

The Estonian prime minister believes that it is necessary to continue to raise the price of aggression due to sanctions and the political isolation of Russia.
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“If we do not decisively stop Russian aggression, no country in the world will be able to feel safe,” Kallas stressed, adding that NATO must also quickly implement the agreements reached at the Madrid summit.

The NATO Military Committee Conference started in Tallinn on Friday. It is attended by the commanders of the armed forces of the allies, discussing the strategic development of the Alliance. For the first time representatives of Finland and Sweden take part in the event.

Earlier, Estonian President Alar Karis, at the opening of the NATO Military Committee, called for continued containment of Russia in economic, political and military terms, but noted that the threat posed by it should not be underestimated.

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